Hazel completed her Master’s in Clinical Neuropsychology at The University of Melbourne in 2019. She has clinical experience conducting comprehensive psychological assessment for people across the life-span with various neurodevelopmental (attention deficit hyperactive disorder, learning disorder, intellectual disorders and autism spectrum disorder), psychological (depression, anxiety, sleep disorders), and neurological disorders (cerebral palsy, epilepsy). She has worked on an ongoing basis with clients who have persistent difficulties associated with sleep disorders (onset and maintenance) by employing CBTi (cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia).
Hazel values a holistic approach that integrates evidence-based methods tailored to a person’s background and history, presentation and goals/needs. She enjoys working together with clients, their families and others (health care professionals and carers) in strategising feasible accommodations and changes in their lives to improve their quality of life.