After nine years practicing as a psychologist, Nadine obtained her Master in Clinical Neuropsychology from La Trobe University in 2017. Since then, she has begun working as a Clinical Neuropsychology Registrar while still maintaining a smaller counselling caseload.
She has been fortunate to experience a range of hospital and community-based neuropsychology settings throughout her training, including a Cognitive Dementia and Memory Service (CDAMS). Her training and subsequent practice has allowed her to gain experience in working with neurodegenerative conditions such as dementias, stroke, acquired brain injury, substance-related cognitive difficulties and neuropsychiatric presentations. She has also undertaken practice with younger people relating to learning difficulties, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and foetal alcohol spectrum disorder. She enjoys working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations, and is passionate about helping people to access the support they need to work towards a fulfilling and meaningful life.