Client groups: Age 16+, Adolescents and Adults.
Deborah qualified as a neuropsychologist in 2004 after completing a Bachelor of Behavioural Science at La Trobe University with honours and going on to do a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology combined with a PhD.
She has a wide range of experience working in the areas of acquired brain injury (including traumatic brain injury and stroke) and mild cognitive impairment and dementia.
She also spent several years working to assist people with the management of chronic pain based on the latest scientific research.
Deborah is also experienced in treating depression and anxiety. As a neuropsychologist, she is well placed to assist clients with the application of brain-based therapies which are founded on the principle of neuroplasticity.
Deborah is currently completing a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University
Assessment & Treatment of
Acquired brain injury (including traumatic brain injury)
Mild cognitive impairment and strategies to prevent cognitive decline
Anxiety (eg phobias, generalised anxiety)
Return to work and workplace issues
Health concerns incl. weight management
Drug and alcohol problems
Brain based neuropsychotherapy – Rewiring your brain
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Problem Solving Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness