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Dr Kelly Bryden

Clinical Neuropsychologist

“Some people find having a neuropsychological assessment interesting and mentally stimulating. For others, it can be quite stressful. My aim is to make the person feel as comfortable as possible and to use the assessment to provide information that can help them in their everyday life. “

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Kelly Bryden is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who specialises in the assessment of cognitive functioning. She also has experience providing therapy, as well as interventions to improve cognitive functioning.

SPECIAL INTERESTS

– Neurodegenerative disorders / dementia
– Acquired Brain Injury including stroke
– Neurodevelopmental disorders including autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability
– Neurological disorders including Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis
– Cognitive difficulties in psychiatric disorders (e.g. anxiety, depression, bipolar, schizophrenia)
– Decision-making capacity

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) from Monash University

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Kelly uses specially designed tasks to measure how a person’s thinking and memory is functioning compared to people of the same age. By looking at a person’s pattern of performance across these tasks, she is able to form a conclusion about a person’s strengths and weaknesses; how this may impact on their everyday functioning, and what may be the cause of any difficulties (e.g. underlying neurological disorders). Assessments also provide information about the strategies and treatments which may assist in everyday life.

Kelly has a wide variety of experience working with people of different ages, different conditions and with mild to severe levels of cognitive difficulties. She has worked in a range of medical fields including geriatrics and rehabilitation, neurology and psychiatry.
When she is not thinking about the brain and how it functions, Kelly enjoys being creative through art and dressmaking.

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Meet the rest of the team

Health Psychologist

Kate is a Health Psychologist who is passionate about working at the intersection of physical and psychological health to enrich the lives of individuals and couples with illness-related challenges.

Clinical Psychologist

Alex seeks to provide genuine care, compassion, and unconditional positive regard for his clients whilst also employing the most scientifically supported therapeutic techniques.

Clinical Psychologist

Lee is a Registered Psychologist with experience in a variety of settings including hospitals, schools, community mental health and disability support services. He is currently completing a PhD in the area of social and psychological adjustment to brain tumour and has close ties with both hospital and community cancer support services. Lee enjoys taking the time to understand a person’s experience, and draws on principles of character strengths and resilience when working with people experiencing illness or major life transitions. He uses a warm and collaborative approach to therapy whilst providing evidence-based support and intervention to help people improve their wellbeing.  

Clinical Psychology Registrar

Tali provides a warm, accepting, and safe, space meeting you wherever you are at in your journey towards a more meaningful life. She is passionate about working collaboratively with her clients to achieve their goals and positive changes through a combination of evidence-based practice and feedback-informed, individually-tailored therapy as she acknowledges that no two people are the same. Above all, it is important to Tali that her clients feel heard and valued.

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Tuesday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
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