BSc(Hons) MClinNeuropsych MAPS CCN
Jessica is a Registered Psychologist, and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and College of Clinical Neuropsychologists. She is also the current National Registrar Representative for the Clinical Neuropsychologists at the APS.
Jessica has completed a Bachelor of Science-Psychology (Honours) and a Master of Clinical Neuropsychology. She has been involved in research with children and adults with neurodevelopmental disorders for the past 10 years, and is in the final stages of completing her PhD at Macquarie University where she is investigating neuropsychological functioning in young children with William’s syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Jessica has experience working in private practice and through NSW Health assessing children and adults who have a range of conditions, including specific learning disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delay and Intellectual Disability, attentional difficulties, anxiety disorders, depression, and other neurological disorders. She currently divides her time between private practice and work at Macquarie University in the assessment of reading and spelling disorders. Jessica also teaches paediatric neuropsychology to undergraduate students at Macquarie University.
Jessica is committed to evidence based practice and providing a detailed, comprehensive service. She is passionate about working with children to gain a thorough understanding of where a child’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses lie, and to provide appropriately tailored strategies and recommendations to be used both at home and school to assist them reach their potential.