MPC consultants are experienced clinical and research psychologists in the areas of clinical health, child and family psychology, neuropsychology and concussion. All clinicians are either registered psychologists or supervised provisional psychologists from the Doctor of Psychology courses. MPC clinicians adhere to the professional codes of the Australian Psychological Society and the Psychology Board of Australia.
Dr Katherine Lawrence is a Clinical Psychologist, lecturer and supervisor at the MPC. She specialises in child, adolescent, and family psychology with particular experience in childhood anxiety and personality disorders in youth.
Dr James Courtney is a Clinical Psychologist, lecturer and Placement Coordinator at the MPC.
Dr Nellie Lucas is a Clinical Psychologist, lecturer and supervisor at the MPC. She specialises in working with children and young people. She is intersted in attachment focused parenting across childhood and adolescence and also has significant experience in working with young people with emotional regulation difficulties, high risk behaviours and Borderline personality Disorder.
Neuropsychology and Concussion
Dr Catherine Willmott is a Clinical Neuropsychologist, senior lecturer, supervisor and Co-Director of the Monash Psychology Centre specializing in the assessment and rehabilitation of cognitive difficulties associated with brain injury and illness.
Dr Dana Wong is a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Lecturer specialising in the assessment and rehabilitation of cognitive and emotional difficulties associated with brain injury and illness.