Mental Health & Wellbeing

Clinical Diagnostic Assessment

What is the Clinical Diagnostic Assessment?

Comprehensive assessment and report for clinical psychology concerns and abilities, administered by an AHPRA-registered clinical psychologist in Mandarin or English.

What’s assessed in Clinical Diagnostic Assessment?

The Clinical Diagnostic Assessment can assist in legal or administrative processes, such as disability claims or program (e.g. NDIS) eligibility. Administered and signed by a registered clinical psychologist, the assessment is very well-recognised in medical, social and legal contexts.

How to take the assessment?

1: Complete the inquiry form below

2: Our client support team will get in touch with you to book an initial session with our clinical psychologist

3: Attend the session and the psychologist will create an assessment plan tailored to your needs

4: Attend the assessment sessions and a comprehensive report will be created for you

5: Your psychologist will present and explain the results and give advice on next steps

6: The assessment can be administered in Mandarin Chinese or English

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Our Clinical Psychologist

Dr Queenie Wu


English, Mandarin and Japanese

Dr Queenie Wu (she/her/hers) is passionate about her work as a psychologist and truly believes in the value of therapy not only for reducing symptoms, and improving mental health but also for creating a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

Dr Queenie Wu is a highly qualified clinical psychologist with extensive experience in the field of psychology. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Psychology from Deakin University, specializing in Schema theory and Eating Disorders. In addition to her academic work, Queenie is a highly regarded mentor and teacher to young psychology students, helping to train the next generation of mental health practitioners. She has served as a sessional lecturer and examiner for the Psychology postgraduate program at Deakin University from 2014 to 2021, and is an AHPRA-approved clinical psychology endorsement and higher education supervisor.

With experience working in various settings, including private and public health services, forensic services, onshore and offshore immigration detention centres, as well as community clinics and private practice, Queenie has developed a deep understanding of the diverse needs of her clients. She has over seven years of experience working with Australian youth (12-25 years old), where she gained invaluable skills in developmental psychology. She understands the importance of connecting the individual, family, school, and community and believes that a collaborative working alliance is crucial for any meaningful therapeutic work.

As an international student arriving in Melbourne at 19, Queenie appreciates the city’s cultural diversity and has become an experienced practitioner working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. Her passion for making a positive impact on society is reflected in her media contributions, where she provides insights and commentary on various topics such as cross-cultural psychology, international students’ mental health, and racism. She has been featured on Television networks such as ABC and radio networks such as SBS Radio.

  • Member of Australian Psychological Society (APS)

  • Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

  • Principle & Secondary Supervisor approved by Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Board (AHPRA) Board of Psychology (PSY0001129037)