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Director of Neuropsychology Services

DR TANIA BIANCO

Dr. Tania Bianco is a licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist, Clinical Psychologist and Educational and Developmental Psychologist.  She completed both her Doctor of Psychology (Clinical and Clinical Neuropsychology) and her Master of Psychology (Applied Developmental) through the University of Western Australia.  Dr. Bianco is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the WA Branch of the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN).

Dr. Bianco worked on the Paediatric Team at the Neurosciences Unit (Department of Health, WA) for 16 years.  She has been involved in sessional lecturing at Murdoch University and Curtin University. She has an interest in the assessment of children and adolescents with neurological and learning difficulties (including ADHD, Epilepsy, Learning Disabilities and a range of developmental and acquired brain injuries) and the effective management of these students in both primary and secondary school settings.  She has liaised across all educational systems to support the management of these students in addition to providing professional development and training to parents, allied health and educational professionals. 

Director of Neuropsychology Services

DR TANIA BIANCO

Dr. Tania Bianco is a licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist, Clinical Psychologist and Educational and Developmental Psychologist.  She completed both her Doctor of Psychology (Clinical and Clinical Neuropsychology) and her Master of Psychology (Applied Developmental) through the University of Western Australia.  Dr. Bianco is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the WA Branch of the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN).

Dr. Bianco worked on the Paediatric Team at the Neurosciences Unit (Department of Health, WA) for 16 years.  She has been involved in sessional lecturing at Murdoch University and Curtin University. She has an interest in the assessment of children and adolescents with neurological and learning difficulties (including ADHD, Epilepsy, Learning Disabilities and a range of developmental and acquired brain injuries) and the effective management of these students in both primary and secondary school settings.  She has liaised across all educational systems to support the management of these students in addition to providing professional development and training to parents, allied health and educational professionals.