psychological assessment and therapy

for children and adults

Neuroflow assessments

look for underlying cognitive causes and brain function of behavioural, learning and occupational difficulties, and use best practice and state of the art assessments to evaluate the risk of neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia.

Neuroflow therapy

provides medication free treatment for symptoms related to inattention, arousal regulation, executive function and sleep difficulties.


Who are Neuroflow assessments and therapy for?

  • School-aged children and young people who have behavioural difficulties requiring focused interventions and strategies
  • Children and adults who have difficulties in specific areas of learning
  • Individuals who require a diagnosis (e.g., ADHD, ASD, SLD) to access the appropriate treatments, supports or funding
  • Individuals who would like to explore the suitability of treatments without the use of medication
  • Adults who would like to improve their organisation, planning, sleep, or domestic/work performance
  • Adults who have a diagnosis and want further understanding of their brain function to find appropriate interventions

What do you get from a Neuroflow assessment?

  • Identification of behavioural, cognitive, and/or academic strengths and weaknesses and recommendation of strategies for improvement
  • Assistance in developing strategies for home, school, or at the workplace
  • Detailed information to provide to medical specialists, allied health professionals, schools, tertiary education institutions and/or workplaces
  • Information to consider and/or apply for study and exam accommodations
  • Information for funding applications with recommendations for interventions and further assessments
  • Evaluation of risk for a formal psychological diagnosis, e.g., ADHD, Autism or a Specific Learning Disorder

Poh Wong

Poh is a psychologist and art therapist, who has been endorsed in educational and developmental psychology by AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency). She received her post-graduate psychology qualifications from the University of Melbourne and her Master of Art Therapy from La Trobe University.

Poh works with children from school-age onwards (6 years plus) and through the life span to older adults. She is interested in working therapeutically with adults and children with issues including anxiety, depression, anger, and trauma. Poh also assesses and counsels for neurodevelopmental disorders, such as ADHD, autism and learning disorders (e.g., dyslexia).

In therapy, Poh tailors her approaches to the individual abilities and needs of clients, using a range of cognitive behavioural approaches, EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing therapy), IFS (internal family systems) therapy, behaviour management, parent skills training and neuromodulation techniques.

Poh has been involved in the application of various psychological therapies for more than twenty years. She has trained and practiced in residential accommodations for young people with mental health issues, government and private schools, a company specialising in neuromodulation, a relationships counselling organisation, and community health centres.


We are always in a perpetual state of being created and creating ourselves”

Dan J Siegel, The developing mind: How relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are.

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