At the Neuropsychology clinic we are dedicated to understanding and nurturing the incredible potential of your brain. Our neuropsychology students and expert supervisors are here to empower you with insights into your cognitive and emotional well-being, helping you overcome challenges and reach your full potential.
Our students are Registered Psychologists enrolled in the Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology program. While already experienced and endorsed in another specialty, such as Clinical or Forensic Psychology, they are undertaking advanced training in neuropsychology and work under the supervision of a senior endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologist who will oversee the assessment process. Due to the workings of a training clinic and the learning needs of our students, the assessment process may take longer than other services. Please note that all reports are co-authored by the student and supervising clinical neuropsychologist.
Our endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologists generally work in the clinic as Supervisors and have many years of experience in assessment and intervention. Our supervisors are passionate about training the next generation of neuropsychologists and are active members of the profession.
Our team of clinical neuropsychology supervisors and our students bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in assessing, diagnosing, and treating a wide range of neurological and psychological conditions. Whether you're seeking answers for cognitive decline, neurological conditions, brain injury or developmental conditions, we are here to help.
Whether you're experiencing age-related memory changes, mild cognitive impairment, or dementia, our team can help with diagnosis and effective strategies to manage memory difficulties.
We offer specialized evaluation and treatment for individuals dealing with the aftermath of head injuries, concussions, or other traumatic brain injuries.
Our students offer assessment of individuals for conditions such as ADHD, autism, and learning disabilities.
From epilepsy to Parkinson's disease, we work to enhance your understanding of your condition and optimize your quality of life.
We offer assessments for NDIS participants to help guide support planning and identify strengths that may help in achieving your personal goals. Our assessment reports may also be included in your applications for NDIS funding, if you are looking to apply.
The Neuropsychology Clinic is located on the 8th floor of the Mathews Building on the Kensington campus of the University of New South Wales. The campus map reference is F23. The building's entry plaza and lifts are located atop the steps on the Northeast corner of the building, on Chancellery Walk.
For more information on getting to UNSW, visit transport.unsw.edu.au to plan your trip.