Stephanie takes a warm and empathic approach to her practice. She works collaboratively with her clients and their caregivers, ensuring that their needs and goals for assessment are met

Dr Stephanie Malarbi,

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Dr Stephanie Malarbi completed her Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology at La Trobe University in 2015. During her time in the field, Stephanie has gained diverse experience across a broad range of settings, including adult and geriatric subacute and rehabilitation settings, as well as extensive experience in paediatrics.
Special interests:
School readiness – transition from kindergarten to primary school, Complex medical history and genetic syndromes, Neurodevelopmental disorder, such as ADHD and Learning Disorders, Rehabilitation following acquired brain injury
Within paediatrics, Stephanie has worked with children and adolescents who have complex medical conditions, neurodevelopmental disorders, genetic conditions, and acquired brain injuries.

Stephanie values evidence-based practice and continues to contribute to clinical research. Her research interests currently lie in the neurodevelopmental outcomes of trauma and post-traumatic stress symptoms, as well as the neurodevelopmental outcomes of early life events including congenital abnormalities.

Stephanie’s approach to assessment is holistic. She carefully considers various factors that have the potential to impact on cognition and functioning, and the feasibility of recommendations and their translation of these into daily practice.