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Neuropsychology clinic stays at the forefront of scientific advancements and maintains strong connections with leading experts and researchers in neuropsychology. We utilise the latest diagnostic tools and treatment techniques to provide the best care for our clients.

We offer thorough neuropsychological assessments to uncover the intricate workings of your brain. These evaluations provide valuable insights that guide personalised treatment plans and recommendations for enhancing your cognitive and emotional functioning.

We offer a range of evidence-based therapies and cognitive interventions, including memory groups, healthy ageing, and psychotherapy adapted for individuals with cognitive differences. These are offered in both individual and group formats, subject to availability.

No two individuals are the same, and we believe in tailoring our therapeutic approaches to your unique needs, based on the results of comprehensive assessment. Our team collaborates closely with you and your healthcare providers to develop individualized treatment plans that aim to improve your quality of life and well-being.

We offer individual and group support for family and carers of individuals with acquired brain impairment, including Traumatic Brain Injury and dementia.

We can also arrange staff training for organisations who support individuals with cognitive impairment.

The clinic is proud to offer a range of services as part of its community outreach activities. This includes reduced fee services for assessment and intervention. Group programs may also be conducted on site at UNSW or at your organisation. Please contact the clinical director to discuss your needs.


The Clinic operates on a fee-for-service basis with fees being used to support the clinical, training, and community outreach activities of the Clinic. Fees vary according to the level of experience of the clinician and the purpose of the assessment and reporting requirements. Typically, a General Assessment fee includes approximately 4-hours of assessment, preparation of a comprehensive report, and a feedback session.

Our Registered Psychologists are students in the Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology program. While already experienced and endorsed in another specialty, such as Clinical Psychology 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 private services. The fees reflect the higher level of qualifications and experience of our students (relative to a Provisional Psychologists) while providing a lower-cost service. Please note that all reports are co-authored by the student and supervising psychologist.

Our endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologists generally work in the clinic as Supervisors and have many years of experience in assessment and intervention. If your referral is determined as not suitable for a student, you may be offered an appointment with a Clinical Neuropsychologist. Fees and availability vary according to your needs.

Note: Provisional Psychologists are students in the Masters of Clinical Psychology program who work under the supervision of a senior endorsed clinical psychologist or clinical neuropsychologist. Please direct referrals to the Psychology Clinic




Referral Types

Provisional Psychologist



Neurodevelopmental conditions only

·       Autism

·       ADHD

·       Learning Disorders

Please direct referrals to the Psychology Clinic

Registered Psychologist

(under Supervision)

General Assessment From $900

Autism Assessment From $1200

Cognitive Intervention: From $100/hour






All conditions

Endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologist

General Assessment: From $2200  

Autism: From $2500

Cognitive Intervention: from $250 per hour


All conditions

  • We are unable to provide services to clients with following presentations:

    • Significant suicidal risk
    • Active symptoms of psychosis
    • Unresolved child-at-risk issues
    • Criminal and violent behaviour
    • Those seeking medico-legal reports