Inkblot Psychology Clinic
Nature of clinic
FASD assessment clinic, Private practice
Specific health professionals at the clinic
Katherine Kerimofski is a registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Western Australia.
Type of services provided at the clinic
Assessment, Initial management, Ongoing management
Where referrals are accepted from
General Practitioners, Paediatricians, Other medical specialists, Psychologists, Allied health professionals, Families, Child protection services, Education Departments, Justice Departments
How the clinic bills
Medicare plus additional fee, Fee - advised when person contacts the clinic, service or practice
Ages that the clinic provides services for
5 - 11 years, 12 - 18 years, Adults (> 18 years)
FASD experience and training
Katherine has a strong interest in complex diagnostic questions, and assesses children and adolescents for ADHD, Autism, FASD, Intellectual Disability, learning disorders, and complex trauma. Katherine works from a neuro-affirming approach and believes neurodiversity makes life more interesting. Katherine previously worked in the Western Australian education system as a School Psychologist and believes that every child should be given their best opportunity for success in school. This includes accurate diagnosis and appropriate recommendations. Additionally, Katherine has worked in private practice completing FASD and Autism assessments as part of a multidisciplinary team, working with Department of Justice and Department of Communities. Katherine completed her Graduate Diploma in Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Psychology at Curtin University and Graduate Diploma of Education and Graduate Certificate in Assessment and Diagnosis of FASD at UWA.