Michelle Gorgula

B. Psych (Hons), BCN, QEEGD

Michelle is a registered psychologist with an interest in neurotherapy and the assessment of brain function. Michelle also specialises in the assessment of learning disorders and attentional difficulties with children and adults.

Michelle draws from therapeutic interventions such as mindfulness-based interventions (e.g. ACT), cognitive behavioural therapy, neurotherapy and biofeedback.

She incorporates an understanding of brain function to individual therapy and works closely with the needs and goals of each person.

Michelle works with children and adults in a range of areas such as, emotional and behavioural difficulties, developmental disorders (autism), anxiety disorders and the effects of trauma, attentional issues, peak performance, post-concussion, learning difficulties and interpersonal difficulties.

Michelle completed her honours’ degree in psychology at Flinders University in 2004. She was formerly an Associate Psychologist at Brain Health Clinics working with Dr Timothy Hill and Dr Richard Clark. She is a member of the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia, and is certified at the Diplomate level by the international QEEG Certification Board.