Graeme Senior

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Graeme is a US-trained clinician, supervisor, researcher, and academic who has over 30 years experience in neuropsychological, forensic, and clinical assessment. He was an Associate Professor at the University of Southern Queensland and Director of the Centre for Psychological Assessment, a training facility providing free referral-based assessments for school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. His private practice, Assessment Services in Psychology, provided medicolegal assessments of personal injury claimants in Brisbane, Queensland for 20 years.

He is a board-approved supervisor for the 4+2 and 5+1 pathways and has developed programs for training in assessment, professional ethics, and preparation for the National Psychology Examination. He lives in Melbourne and his practice now focuses on providing supervision, training, and consultancy for psychologists and provisional registrants in psychological assessment, professional ethics, and report-writing. He maintains an active test library and a test museum.

He specializes in the implementation, training, and supervision of comprehensive assessment practices and the design of assessment batteries adapted to specific clinical settings.

  • Case Report Reviewing
  • Psychometric Assessment
  • NPE Preparation
  • Ethical and Professional Issues
  • Working with Children
  • Working with Adults
  • Diagnosis and Using Psychometric Assessments for Diagnosis