Psychologists and Neuropsychologists
Director – Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr Hardwick as been practicing within the fields of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology for more than 17 years and draws on her years of experience to help clients of all ages. With a PhD in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology and training in a number of therapies, Dr Hardwick offers sensitive and evidence-based support.
Rebekah is a Psychologist who holds a Masters degree in clinical neuropsychology from the University of Melbourne. She is experienced in assessing the impact of acquired brain injuries, neurological disorders and learning disabilities. Rebekah also has experience in assessing dementia, as well as experience in assessing the impact of tumours and cancers, on cognitive abilities.
Lorryn Delle Baite
Lorryn completed her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology at James Cook University in Townsville, and has attained endorsement as a Clinical Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. She has had clinical experience in a range of settings, including private practice as well as rehabilitation and hospital settings, and has worked with individuals across the lifespan.
Lorryn utilizes a range of evidence-based therapies and offers a tailored approach to psychological support, with an interest in treating difficulties such as stress, anxiety disorders and phobias, perfectionistic traits and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), adjustment difficulties, and depression.
Dr Sarah Pollock
Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr Sarah Pollock is a clinical neuropsychologist with experience in the assessment and intervention of in the areas of mental illness and cognitive functioning. Previously, Sarah has worked in private practice, mental health services (community, inpatient and outpatient) both nationally and internationally.
She has specialist experience in providing assessment and treatment and rehabilitation for acquired brain injury, neurological conditions, learning disorders, intellectual impairment, developmental conditions and various psychological disorders. She has a special interest and passion for supporting clients through all stages of neurorehabilitation whilst they work to achieve their goals.
Sarah is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists, AHPRA registration, AHPRA Endorsed supervisor and registered with the British Health and Care Professions Council.