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BSCI (Hons), MPsych (Clinical Neuro), MAPS, MCCN 


Nicole holds a master’s degree in psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) and is a neuropsychology registrar and a registered psychologist with AHPRA. 

Nicole completed her clinical training at the University of Melbourne and has worked with various neuropsychological conditions across the lifespan, including neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, acquired brain injuries, and other neurological conditions. She is experienced in providing neuropsychological assessment for diagnostic, capacity (decision-making, return to work/driving), academic, and for treatment planning and management purposes. Nicole has also worked within rehabilitation, and both acute and subacute hospital settings. Her previous research projects focused on the use of neurocognitive markers to detect early cognitive decline in dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. 

Nicole is passionate about supporting clients in managing their everyday difficulties and achieving their personal goals through a collaborative, client-centred approach. She has worked closely with clients and their families to develop individualised interventions and strategies. Nicole welcomes her clients to share their unique experiences and is committed to providing an inclusive and safe service for individuals from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.