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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

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Unfitness to Plead Project: Final Report released

Unfitness to Plead Project: Final Report released

The Unfitness to Plead Project, headed by the University of Melbourne has just released its final report on this issue. The document incorporates the views of practising experts in the field as well as a review of the current practices. The report summarises the...

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Mental Health Month

Mental Health Month

October is Mental Health Awareness Month sponsored by the Mental Health Commission of NSW. This year’s theme is ‘Share the Journey’ promoting positive social connections and relationships to increase health and wellbeing. This is to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10th October. 

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Traumatic Brain Injury Explained

Traumatic Brain Injury Explained

Traumatic brain injury can result from many forms of accidents and injuries and can have a profound impact on a person's life including their functional abilities, behaviours and mood. The conversation recently produced an article to explain TBI as well as its effects...

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