Neuropsychology Melbourne - Dr Tracey Wardill

Dr Tracey Wardill

principal neuropsychologist

Tracey has over 30 years of experience as a Clinical Neuropsychologist in both the private and public health systems. She has:

  • Extensive experience in the assessment of decision-making capacity.
  • Extensive experience in the diagnosis of dementia. 
  • A particular interest in frontotemporal dementia (FTD),and other young onset forms of dementia. In 2008 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study FTD in the US and UK.
  • A particular interest in geriatric neuropsychology. Her PhD examined the impact of ageing on cognitive performance and she has worked extensively with the very elderly.


Tracey has a Masters degree in Clinical Neuropsychology and a PhD from the University of Melbourne. She is a Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychology.  She is a Board Member of the Australian Frontotemporal Dementia Association (AFTDA) and Chair of World FTD United.

Neuropsychology Melbourne - Dr Leonie Keall

Dr Leonie Keall

principal neuropsychologist

Leonie is a highly experienced Clinical Neuropsychologist, having worked in the public and private health systems for more than 10 years. She is:

  • One of the most experienced neuropsychologists in Melbourne working in the field of HIV.  She has worked in the statewide HIV service for the past ten years.
  • Experienced in the assessment of decision making capacity. 
  • Experienced with complex medical and neurological conditions, traumatic brain injury and neurosurgical conditions.
  • Skilled at providing recommendations for supports for people with brain injuries.


Leonie has a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology from Monash University and is a Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists.

Neuropsychology Melbourne - Dr Jennifer McDowall

Dr Jennifer McDowall

principal neuropsychologist

Jennifer has worked as a Clinical Neuropsychologist in the public and private health systems for more than 15 years. She has:

  • Extensive experience in the assessment of decision making capacity.
  • Experience in the diagnosis of dementia.
  • Has worked extensively with adults and older adults experiencing psychiatric illnesses.
  • Experience in the assessment of traumatic brain injuries, complex medical conditions and conditions requiring neurosurgical intervention.

 

Jennifer has a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology from La Trobe University. She is a Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists and a member of the Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment.

Dr Felicity Evans

Neuropsychologist

Felicity is a clinical neuropsychologist, who has experience working in both the public and private health systems. She has:

  • Experience in the diagnosis of dementia.
  • Experience in the assessment of decision-making capacity.
  • Experience conducting assessments and making recommendations for NDIS participants and individuals with neurological conditions.

 

Felicity has a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology from Monash University. She is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

Neuropsychology Melbourne - Dr Ali McIlroy

Dr Ali McIlroy

SENIOR neuropsychologist

Ali is an experienced Clinical Neuropsychologist.  She has worked in the private system for a number of years and is also a Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist in the public health system. She is:

  • Experienced with a broad range of conditions including those requiring neurosurgical intervention and traumatic brain injuries.  She also has experience with acute medical and neurological conditions.
  • Experienced in the assessment of decision making capacity.

 

Ali holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Neuropsychology and a PhD from the University of Melbourne. She is a full member of the APS.

Dr Anne-Marie Ternes

neuropsychologist

Anne-Marie is a Clinical Neuropsychologist working in both the public and private health systems. She has:

  • Experience in the diagnosis of dementia
  • Experience in conducting assessments and making recommendations for people in the NDIS system
  • Experience in providing tailored recommendations for supports for people with brain injuries
  • An interest in using positive behaviour support, an evidence based approach to reduce behaviours of concern and improve quality of life.
  • Experience in the assessment of decision making capacity.
 
Anne-Marie has a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology from Monash University and is a full member of the APS. Prior to undertaking her clinical training, Anne-Marie completed a PhD in neuroscience. She continues to work at Monash University as a lecturer in the areas of psychology and neuroscience