Assessment and management arising from concussion injuries including falls, sporting injuries, and motor accidents.
Head of Clinic
Dr Catherine Willmott
Contact details and opening hours*
Monday and Thursday, 9am - 5pm
T: 03 9902 4480
F: 03 9905 0605
We seek to support
Children, adolescents, and adults may be referred for assessment and management of problems associated with concussion, including:
- Cognitive changes including for example concentration or memory difficulties;
- Symptoms such as anxiety and depression; and
- Behavioural changes which may include irritability or reduce motivation.
Eligibility and requirements for admission
Clients can contact the clinic directly if they or a family member in need psychological help. An intake clinician will speak to you about your concerns. In addition, Doctors, allied health professionals and community agencies can refer clients for psychological assessment and treatment. A Mental Health Care Plan is not required.
A link to the online referral form can be found here.
Cost of service
Concession/student card fee
Assessments and Reports
$600 + GST (10%) = $660
Types of Assessment used
We use a variety of pencil and paper assessments, interview assessments, diary keeping and other neurological assessments to track ability and progression.
Types of Treatment used
We work hard to create a multidisciplinary, person-centred and individualised therapy plan. The Concussion Clinic also has numerous links with physicians, neurologists, neuro-physiotherapists and other allied health experts in the field of concussion. Utilising this expertise, we can assist with return to play, work or study decisions and also at times when appropriate, retirement from sport decisions.
Location of service and travel
The Concussion Clinic is located in:
Building 1, 270 Ferntree Gully Road
Notting Hill VIC 3168
Free parking is available to the public in any park marked 'Monash Permit Parking'.
Additional parking is available at 264 Ferntree Gully Road in the multi-storey park at an hourly rate.