Alice’s therapeutic style is gentle, responsive and holistic.

Ms Alice Maier,

Registered Psychologist

Alice Maier is a Melbourne-based registered psychologist. She completed her Master of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Melbourne in 2017. She has particular areas of interest completing assessments with children, teenagers, and adults to understand their cognitive strengths and weaknesses in more detail.
Alice has experience across a range of public health settings including paediatrics (children and adolescent), acquired brain injury, and adult neurological rehabilitation, with paediatrics being her area of special interest. Alice’s areas of interest within paediatric neuropsychology include:

  • Childhood cancer, complex medical history, and genetic syndromes,
  • Neurodevelopmental conditions including:
    • Intellectual impairment
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    • Specific Learning Disorders
  • Rehabilitation following brain injury

Alice values an evidence-based approach and continues to actively contribute to clinical research in the field of paediatric neuropsychology. Her research is dedicated to furthering our understanding of the neurodevelopmental impacts of childhood cancer and genetic conditions, as well as how to manage these.

Alice works collaboratively with her patients and their care teams to provide tailored recommendations to best support the individual and their caregivers.