Georgina works collaboratively with young people and their families to provide tailored, practical recommendations to optimise day-to-day functioning both at home and in the classroom

Georgina Kamm,

Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar

Georgina has completed her Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) where she received specialised clinical training in the assessment and management of neuropsychological conditions for clients of all ages. This includes neurodevelopmental conditions (i.e., learning disorders, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and intellectual disability), as well as neurological and psychological conditions.
Her major research theses have focused on regression in autism spectrum disorder and educating school-aged children about older people living with probable dementia. She also has a background of being a support worker for children with autism spectrum disorder.

Georgina has a special interest in using a holistic approach to assessment with young people, with a focus on carefully understanding her client’s strengths and difficulties in thinking skills.