Angie has a very kind and gentle approach towards her clients, stretching across the entire lifespan

Dr Angie Jackman,

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Angie is an experienced Clinical Neuropsychologist with both clinical and research qualifications (Master of Psychology / PhD) from the University of Melbourne. She is an AHPRA registered Psychologist with endorsement in Clinical Neuropsychology, a Psychology Board of Australia approved Supervisor, and a Fellow of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists. She currently holds a public health appointment as senior clinician coordinator of a multidisciplinary neurodevelopmental psychiatry team. She also holds an honorary academic appointment, and previously worked for many years in academia as a Senior Lecturer providing clinical supervision, research supervision, and lectures to advanced clinical neuropsychology trainees.
Angie is a warm and caring clinician who enjoys working with clients across the lifespan. She has longstanding interests in the early detection of dementia and the assessment of cognitive, emotional, and behavioural functioning in people with a range of other neurological conditions. In more recent years she has developed an interest in characterizing neurodevelopmental differences as they present in both childhood and adulthood. She is particularly motivated to help adult clients develop a cohesive narrative for their life’s experiences, in order to promote acceptance of their personal qualities and characteristics, maximization of their strengths, and positive ways forward.