Dr Debra Dunstan is a Clinical Psychologist and Physiotherapist whose 40-year career has included senior clinical, teaching and research roles in the health and higher education sectors.
Guided by the values of care, kindness and authenticity, Debra works collaboratively with individuals, families, and organisations to make sense of their current challenges and build capacity towards desired goals.
Debra has expertise in complex psychological assessment, including neuropsychological evaluation, differential diagnosis of learning difficulties and Specific Learning Disorders, and clarification of cognitive decline in areas such as memory and attention. Her interests include the management of health-related conditions and overcoming impairment due to physical and mental disorders.
Debra holds a Bachelor of Science, Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy, Master of Letters (Psychology), Master of Psychology (Clinical), Master of Business Administration (Educational Leadership) and Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology). She is Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society College of Clinical Psychologists and an Adjunct Professor in Psychology at the University of New England.