Dr Susan Pulman

Dr Susan Pulman is a registered psychologist with more than 20 years experience. She combines commercial and clinical knowledge having worked in major law and professional services firms as well as the public sector. She has expertise in child and adolescent development and previously held a position with the Children's Hospital at Westmead. She holds endorsements as a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Forensic Psychologist and has been working with the legal profession for 15 years.


Lisa Zipparo

Lisa has completed a Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology and has worked in the area of physical and intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injury. In addition to over a decade of working as a psychologist and specialist interviewer, Lisa spent six years at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) researching criminal and corrupt behaviour. Lisa has also conducted research in schizophrenia and first episode psychosis and has published papers in peer-recognised journals. Lisa's interest areas include the neuropsychological markers of schizophrenia and anxiety disorders.


Kylie Young

Kylie Young is a registered psychologist with 20 years of experience.  She works in both a clinical neuropsychology and organisational psychology capacity.  Within clinical neuropsychology, Kylie has conducted neuropsychological assessments for several public hospitals and also in private practice. Within organisational psychology, Kylie has worked as a senior psychologist in tier one firms, gaining expertise in a range of corporate psychology skills including psychometric assessments for selection and development, leadership development programs and coaching. She has a depth of corporate experience across both the private and public sector.

Kylie’s expertise in supporting organisations to create mentally healthy workplaces and to appropriately support people with mental illness in the workplace is highly regarded. Her unique combination of skills allows her to apply clinical expertise within the context of understanding the complexities of organisations, such as organisational design, job fit, leadership capabilities, performance measures, culture, and workplace laws. Kylie supports organisations across the entire workplace mental health and wellbeing continuum; from preventative and early intervention strategies through to recovery and return to work.  For the last 10 years, Kylie has been regularly requested as a trainer and facilitator to share her expertise on these topics.

Educational Qualifications

  • Master of Science in Coaching Psychology, Sydney University (in progress)
  • Master of Clinical Neuropsychology, Macquarie University
  • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours), Macquarie University

Professional Memberships

  • Registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia
  • Full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
  • Affiliate member of College of Organisational Psychologists (APS)
  • Member of the APS Coaching Interest Group (APS)

Leesa Morris

Leesa Morris is a forensic psychologist and holds a Bachelor of Social (Honours), MA (Hons), MPsych (Forensic). She has 20 years’ experience having worked with the Australian Institute of Criminology, Department of Defence and the ACT Mental Health Crisis Team. She has both clinical, forensic and organisational consulting expertise having implemented evidence-based practice interventions in both the government and private sectors. Leesa has undertaken more than 1000 forensic assessments across criminal, civil, Family, Children’s and Administrative Courts and Tribunals. She has particular experience in risk assessment for violence, recidivism and psychological disorders.

Leesa balances her forensic assessment work with counselling in general, forensic and family contexts, further supporting her reports and recommendations to be in line with current practice. She works with children through to adults using evidence-based interventions. Leesa is passionate about children having access to their best environment for development. Leesa also regularly delivers seminars to legal professionals on issues around vicarious trauma and the role of forensic psychologists in ensuring clients receive the most effective support.


Lucienne Barhon

Lucienne is a registered psychologist with a Master of Clinical Neuropsychology and holds an endorsement as a Clinical Neuropsychologist. She has worked in a range of clinical and research settings, including various public hospitals and universities. In particular, she has extensive experience diagnosing and assisting with the management of the cognitive and behavioural sequelae of neurodegenerative disorders. She has also been involved in conducting research into mild traumatic brain injury, neuropsychological effort measures, and dementia syndromes such as frontotemporal dementia. She has had work published in an international peer-reviewed journal and presented at national conferences. Lucienne continues to work as a clinician within the public health system and has particular interests in neurological disorders and older adult mental health.

Tertiary Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Neuropsychology (Macquarie University) – awarded Vice Chancellor’s Commendation for Academic Excellence
  • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychology (Macquarie University)

Professional Memberships

  • Full member of the Australia Psychological Society
  • Registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, with practice endorsement in the area of Clinical Neuropsychology