Victoria Clark is currently open and able to see a limited number of new clients with a range of mental health presentations in all age groups, for psychological support as individuals, and has special interests in neurodiversity, including lived experience in this area.
Victoria is a Clinical Psychology Intern working as a provisional psychologist. Her work is informed by extensive professional training in clinical psychology and lived experience. She is passionate about supporting neurodivergent individuals and finding ways to work with your brain instead of against it. Through a process of collaborative exploration, involving assessment, therapy, or both, Victoria works with you to discover a clearer understanding of yourself, your strengths, challenges, and identify goals and accommodations that work specifically for you in your life – at home, play, work & school. She works from a trauma-informed, safe holistic approach to psychology that is affirming, authentic and informed by her multiply-neurodivergent lived experience.
Victoria provides Autism, ADHD and cognitive and learning assessments for all ages (children, teens, adults) from the Springwood clinic. Assessments are conducted face to face and for adults can be conducted via video telehealth if required. Her assessment process is affirming and also appropriate for individuals with ‘high masking’ or internalised traits. I can support you in your application for NDIS and other supports.
When not juggling neuro-spicy parenting, partnering, and working, Victoria indulges in varied hobbies. I have dabbled in running (very slowly), surfing (white wash), painting (mostly acrylic on canvas, but also the walls of my home). Before pursuing psychology professionally, Victoria worked in Information Technology for almost two decades.