Dr Lee Hearn

BBSc(Hons) Bachelor of Behavioural Science with Honours
DPsych (ClinNeuro/ClinPsych) Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology)
MAPS Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists
Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists

I am a Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist with an interest in a wide range of neurological and developmental conditions. I have completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology and worked in private practice, hospital, and community-based settings. My work has included assessments and treatment for children and adolescents with a range of challenges including Specific Learning Disorder (e.g. Dyslexia), Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, and hearing loss.

An area that I particularly enjoy is carrying out individualised neuropsychological assessments to obtain an understanding of a child or adolescent’s unique pattern of cognitive strengths and weaknesses and using this information to assist with the planning for appropriate support and intervention. Additionally, I have an interest in functional behavioural analysis and positive behaviour support and working with parents to assist them to improve their parenting skills and the parent-child relationship.

I also provide psychological treatment for children and adolescents experiencing difficulties with social functioning, challenging behaviours, anxiety, depression, and events such as parental divorce and bereavement. I work primarily from a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy framework, and believe it is important to focus on enhancing resilience and strength.

I have been a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) since 1999, and I am a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists and the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists.

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