Andrew Grant

Andrew is a neurodivergent (AuDHD) Psychologist who has worked in the field for over 20 years.

Growing up in poverty and experiencing trauma has led to a strong social justice drive, including advocating for those that are vulnerable.

For reasons that include masking, ‘internalised’ autism or, internalised ADHD presentations can be quite different to what is typically expected. This often results in misdiagnosis or non diagnosis regardless of gender and identifications. Adding, females are four times less likely to be diagnosed when compared to males. As such, seeing someone who specialises in what are often subtle and nuanced presentations is crucial.

Andrew’s extensive experiences lie in ADHD and NDIS eligible Autism assessments for internalised presentations. His interest extends to include commonly co-occurring physical and mental health conditions as well as a particular interest in PDA profiles. Andrew has dedicated countless years to assessment methodology and has ongoing peer supervision and training from experts in the field.

As someone who has also worked extensively in the trauma space he is also very aware of this common co-existence within the ND population.

Having worked in various settings that include managing an acute psychiatric unit as well as supporting homeless people. Andrew is very familiar with complex presentations and this has assisted in various difficult cases.

Andrew is also completing the clinical registrar program to become endorsed as a clinical psychologist.

Special Clinical Interests

  • ADHD and Autism Assessments
  • PDA profiles
  • Complex trauma and PTSD
  • Training and supervising health providers to support neurodivergent clients


  • Psychologist in Private Practice- Adelaide
  • Psychologist in Private Practice (FIFO – Country SA)
  • Clinical mental health nurse (Health SA)
  • Royal Australian Air Force – Non commisioned officer then FLTLT (Mental Health Nursing Officer)


  • Master of Clinical Psychology
  • Master of Psychology (O&HF)
  • Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences (Honours)
  • Diploma of Mental Health Nursing (Post Graduate)
  • Bachelor of Nursing

Andrews dedication to providing a highly specialised identification, assessment and training service means that he has no capacity to provide therapeutic services.

Pragmatic, highly experienced and outcomes focussed