Dr Bronwyn Coward Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist

Dr. Bronwyn Coward

Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist

BSc (Major Psychology and Neuroscience), BSc (Hons), DPsych (Clinical Neuropsychology), and Global Executive MBA

Key Areas of Interest

Neuropsychological assessment for the following populations:

  • Acquired Brain Injury (TBI, Stroke, etc)
  • MS
  • Oncology
  • ADHD
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Epilepsy
  • Learning Disorders

Bronwyn sees clients needing neuropsychological assessment for diagnostic clarification of any of the above, however does not see clients seeking dementia assessments or children under 4.

About Bronwyn

Bronwyn is a AHPRA endorsed Clinical Neuropsychologist and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor. She has been working as a Clinical Neuropsychologist for over a decade and is dedicated to working with clients to recognise the relationship between brain functioning, and their behaviour, mood, and cognitive (thinking) skills. She has a special interest in acquired brain injury and ADHD and aims to use neuropsychological assessment to equip her clients with the knowledge they need to achieve individual goals.

Bronwyn has worked in public, private, and community settings in both NSW, Victoria, and the ACT, where she has predominantly specialised in assisting children and adults who have attained an acquired brain injury. She has also held Director appointments in public health to assist in improving our health system for the benefit of the community.

How Bronwyn might support you

Bronwyn specialises in assisting people with cognitive (i.e. thinking) and behavioural difficulties. This might include, although not limited to:

  • Forgetfulness
  • Easily distracted
  • Losing track of conversations
  • Inattention
  • Difficulties making a decision
  • Poor planning
  • Disorganisation
  • Impulsive behaviour
  • Trouble learning new things
  • Difficulty finding the right word to use
  • Making careless errors

Bronwyn can work with you to understand these difficulties through an assessment.