Cogito Psychology provides comprehensive neuropsychological assessment to children, adolescents and adults, to aid in clinical and medicolegal decision-making and planning.
The client groups we work with include neurodevelopmental conditions (including ADHD and FASD), cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, spinal cord injuries, brain tumours, acquired brain injuries, adolescent and adult substance use, neurological conditions and psychiatric conditions.
Assessment services includes comprehensive assessment of, among other things, IQ, intellectual disability, cognitive functioning, neurodevelopmental functioning & recovery, academic performance, decision-making capacity, and fitness to stand trial.
Cogito Psychology also provides neuropsychological rehabilitation following acquired (including traumatic) brain injury for children, adolescents and adults.
Dr Jonson Moyle
MPsych (Clin Neuropsych) PhD MAPS FCCN
Dr Moyle holds a Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) and a PhD (Psychology) plus full registration with the Psychologists Board of Australia and specialist endorsement to practice in the area of Clinical Neuropsychology.
With extensive experience in the neuropsychological assessment of adolescents and adults across multiple clinical populations, Dr Moyle has been an effective practitioner across a range of settings including the Next Step Drug and Alcohol Service (WA), Perth Children’s Hospital and John Hunter Hospital (Newcastle), at the same time building his own private practice and supervising emerging leaders in the field. Dr Moyle has positively impacted the lives of people dealing with complex issues ranging from acquired brain injury and cerebral palsy to spinal injuries and neurodevelopmental conditions, to the affects of addiction.
Assessments with Dr Moyle will result in purposeful, individual reports that can be used to inform clinical teams and to shape further therapies as required, inform matters related to justice such as fitness-to-plead, and inform decisions regarding cognitive capacity. His clients include individuals, the Department of Justice WA, several Perth-based legal firms, rehabilitation agencies, GPs, and paediatricians.
In addition to clinical practice, Dr Moyle has authored over 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and conference abstracts and has served as a reviewer for international peer-reviewed scientific journals. He combines his supervision of PhD students with lecturing at UWA on topics including substance use and addiction, traumatic brain injury, and paediatric brain tumours. He continues to supervise clinical students as part of their clinical training through Perth Children’s Hospital.
Dr Moyle is a fellow of the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN) and holds membership with the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment and the International Neuropsychological Society. He is also the current WA State Chair of the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN) and serves on the Executive Committee of the National CCN.