Daniel takes a warm, collaborative and strengths-based approach to assessment

Daniel Pearce

Provisional Psychologist

Daniel is an AHPRA-registered Provisional Psychologist in the final stages of his PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology at Monash University. His work involves conducting neuropsychological assessments with children, families, and adults to help them to better understand the difficulties they may experience with thinking skills such as memory, attention, and language.
With a research background in the effects of stroke on attention and overall wellbeing, Daniel has a particular interest in neurological disorders (such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, and acquired brain injuries) and the various challenges that they can pose for people in their everyday lives. Across various private and public health services, Daniel has also worked with people across the age spectrum (from 2 to 96 years of age!) and gained experience with a range of neurodevelopmental, psychiatric, and medical disorders. Daniel’s work can assist with diagnosis, access to funding such as NDIS, and providing recommendations for school and the workplace.

Daniel works closely with people to understand their unique strengths and weaknesses. He strives to provide clients with personally tailored, evidence-based recommendations that suit each person’s lifestyle, and help to maximise their overall success and wellbeing in everyday life.