Henry focuses on clients’ strengths and goals in order to conduct tailored assessments and provide practically useful recommendations for clients and caregivers.

Henry Holbrook,

Clinical Neuropsychologist

Henry is an AHPRA-registered psychologist who enjoys working together with clients and their
caregivers to reach a shared understanding of how thinking skills influence their day-to-day
activities. This may be in relation to personal care and physical functioning, academic and work
performance, and interpersonal relationships. By focusing on clients’ strengths and goals, he
endeavours to provide individualised and practical recommendations which help each person get
the most out of their daily lives.
Henry completed his Master of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Melbourne in 2021. Throughout his training, he gained experience in a range of clinical settings spanning from acute through to rehabilitation and worked with children and adults with neurological disorders. He is currently completing the Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar program and is working towards endorsement in this area of Psychological practice. He is particularly interested in the neurobiological underpinnings of brain function, and how these impact on clients’ thinking skills.

Henry takes a holistic approach to the assessment and feedback process, prioritising clear and
effective communication with caregivers, families, teachers, and involved healthcare professionals.