Senior Consultant – Clinical Neuropsychologist (VIC)

Eleanor is a registered Clinical Neuropsychologist with a Doctoral degree in Clinical Neuropsychology.

Eleanor has a strong interest in the transition of working person to working parent, the psychology of positive, developmentally-informed parenting, and the ways organisations and communities can simultaneously foster both excellence and wellbeing. Her approach is down-to-earth and engaging, with a focus on curiosity, connection, and solution-focused problem solving.

Her clinical work in public health spans more than 20 years across multiple acute and community-based settings. She has expertise in the cognitive, emotional and behavioural sequelae of neurological conditions and trauma, and has been involved in supporting and training individuals and teams in government, not-for-profits and private industry. She draws heavily on the science of wellbeing, particularly ACT and Positive Psychology, and the field of interpersonal neurobiology. Drawing on her research training, she creates meaningful, evidence-based content for organisations and supports individual clients to find new ways of adapting to change and challenge with flexibility and authenticity.

Outside work, Eleanor lives the adventure that is family life, with two primary school aged children. She loves reading novels, exploring galleries and museums, and getting outside in whatever weather Melbourne shows up with.