Stewart D’Silva

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Stewart D’Silva

Psychologist
Available for assessments and testing 6+ years

(Pronouns: he/him/his)

With seven years of experience as a psychologist across Australia and New Zealand, Stewart is passionate about psychological assessment, and working closely with young people (ages 6-16+), their families/carers, and their schools to come to a shared understanding of how to best support the struggling learner. By integrating information from interviews, behavioural observations, and testing, he analyses the young person’s current situation and collaborates with schools to create easy to read reports with feasible recommendations and plans. Acknowledging and celebrating all the young person CAN do, while supporting developing areas of knowledge and skills is a key facet of his practice.

Stewart also loves working closely with schools to design and deliver Professional Learning for teachers and special educators who want to learn more about screening, assessing, and intervening for young people at risk. This process keeps the young person in the safe space of school as concerns and differences are explored by educators, encourages data-driven informed referrals to be built, and, importantly, reduces panic-referrals to clinicians.

He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Psychology across The University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology and Massey University in New Zealand, and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Stewart consults from our clinic, and is available to conduct assessments at schools.

Stewart D’Silva

Psychologist
Available for assessments and testing 6+ years

(Pronouns: he/him/his)

With seven years of experience as a psychologist across Australia and New Zealand, Stewart is passionate about psychological assessment, and working closely with young people (ages 6-16+), their families/carers, and their schools to come to a shared understanding of how to best support the struggling learner. By integrating information from interviews, behavioural observations, and testing, he analyses the young person’s current situation and collaborates with schools to create easy to read reports with feasible recommendations and plans. Acknowledging and celebrating all the young person CAN do, while supporting developing areas of knowledge and skills is a key facet of his practice.

Stewart also loves working closely with schools to design and deliver Professional Learning for teachers and special educators who want to learn more about screening, assessing, and intervening for young people at risk. This process keeps the young person in the safe space of school as concerns and differences are explored by educators, encourages data-driven informed referrals to be built, and, importantly, reduces panic-referrals to clinicians.

He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Psychology across The University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology and Massey University in New Zealand, and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Stewart consults from our clinic, and is available to conduct assessments at schools.