Jacqueline is a clinical neuropsychologist / health psychologist who has been working in private practise in Queensland for more than 18 years providing specialist neuropsychology, developmental and educational assessments to families; schools; GP’s; paediatricians; neurologists and psychiatrists.
She provides educational and diagnostic assessments and management of childhood/adolescent disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autistic spectrum disorder, reading/writing (dyslexia) and other learning disorders as well as adult neurodegenerative disorders such as dementia and other neurological problems such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, epilepsy, cognitive changes following chemotherapy and/or cranial irradiation.
To solicitors, Legal Aid, WorkCover and detention centres she provides comprehensive neuropsychological assessments and medico-legal reports for children and adults following a traumatic brain injury such as a motor vehicle accident, sporting or work injury.
Jacqueline has a strong interest in neurodevelopment across the lifespan. As well as private practice she has a wide range of clinical experience in paediatric rehabilitation, Development and Autistic Disorders Clinic, adult rehabilitation and community brain injury support. Jacqueline is actively involved in her profession and supervises post graduate students and provides guest lectures and workshops to students of psychology and also psychologists.
B.A. Psychology (Hons), Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology, Doctorate of Health Psychology