Marjorie is both a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Clinical Psychologist. She provides both psychological therapy and neuropsychological assessments.
Before commencing work at PsychPlace, Marjorie worked for some 25 years as a university academic, teaching Psychology at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has taught a range of different subjects in psychology, including clinical psychology, assessment and case conceptualisation, social psychology, cognition, and many more. After leaving her full time academic position, Marjorie was appointed as an Associate Professor on the adjunct staff of the School of Psychology at Murdoch University.
Marjorie is co-founder and co-director of the East Perth Neuropsychology Clinic, which won a National Award for Excellence in 2006. This clinic provided assessment and treatment services for people with alcohol and drug dependence.
Marjorie is a member of various professional organisations, including the International Neuropsychological Society and Australian Psychological Society. She has served on the executive of various professional psychology associations, and is currently on the executive of the Independently Practicing Clinical Psychologists Association (ICP). Marjorie was a Board Member of the Psychologists Registration Board of Western Australia for three terms.
She has worked in private clinical practice since 2003, providing clinical treatment and assessments. Her current clinical practice entails psychological therapy for a range of adult clients, and neuropsychological assessment of people who are drug dependent and people with an acquired brain injury. She also continues to provide supervision for students completing their Ph.D. in the area of psychological research.
Marjorie has conducted and published research in the areas of neuropsychology, cognition and clinical psychology, and has publications in top ranked international. She has supervised postgraduate research in these areas, and has extensive experience supervising clinical psychology trainees on placement. She is an approved Clinical Supervisor with AHPRA’s Psychologist’s Board of Australia.