Clinical neuropsychologists provide you with neurocognitive assessments and in-depth reports, including: professional neurological injury, cognitive dysfunction, brain health, IQ level assessment, suitable for adults and children and adolescents. These assessments can be used in NDIS applications and forensic medical certificates to help you obtain comprehensive test results and treatment options.
THE ASSESSMENTS ARE SUITABLE FOR:
Each of our neurocognitive examinations will test and evaluate you in six areas: brain information processing speed, learning and memory, brain executive ability, attention and focus, visual perception ability, and language to help you enhance your understanding. Discover your current level of cognitive capacity and brain health.
Attention is your ability to focus on specific people, things, and things. It usually accompanies your perception, memory, thinking, and imagination. The performance of inability to concentrate: unable to sit still, lethargic, easily distracted, inefficiency in doing things, and there is no beginning or end.
Memory is your ability to remember and reproduce objective people, things and things. Your memories represent the accumulation of impressions of your past activities, feelings, and experiences. The manifestations of memory impairment: memory loss, inability to recall important events in the past or recently, inability to use techniques learned in the past, etc.
Decision-making ability is your skill and ability to participate in decision-making activities and make options. Your learning ability, thinking ability, language ability, organization ability, control ability, and creativity all belong to the category of decision-making ability.
Concentration is your state of mental activity, which is directional, including your will and self-control, as well as your interaction and connection with others. Concentration is the driving force for you to successfully complete behavioral activities such as hearing, vision, memory, thinking, imagination, execution, and feedback. Insufficient concentration: absent-mindedness, weak self-control, lack of organization and patience, difficulty in completing tasks smoothly, etc.
Problem solving is your ability to use your thinking, cognition, skills, etc. to solve problems according to certain goals.
Learning ability refers to the psychological characteristics that you need to have when you carry out learning activities. Learning ability is the combination of various abilities that you can successfully complete learning activities, including your perceptual observation ability, memory ability, reading ability, problem-solving ability, etc.
Member of Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)
Fellow of APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (FCCN)
Doctor of Philosophy (Candidate)
Master of Clinical Neuropsychology
Connie has extensive clinical experience in mental health disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, learning disabilities, neurodegenerative disorders, neurological disorders, behavioural difficulties and trauma, conducting comprehensive neuropsychological assessments (including intellectual and academic assessments) for clients, cognitive rehabilitation and decision-making assessment, etc.
Connie can speak Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.