Mr Martin Jackson is a well-respected Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist with over 30 years neuropsychological experience. Mr Jackson’s areas of particular expertise include the cognitive and behavioural changes caused by drug and alcohol abuse and mild traumatic brain injury, as well as the management of cognitive and behavioural disorders from acquired brain injury.
Currently, Mr Jackson runs a full-time private practice that provides a range of services for people with an acquired brain injury including assessment and intervention. The practice specialises in working in the medicolegal and forensic fields. He is also involved in peer supervision (privately) and peer review (through the TAC and Workcover Victoria). He is actively involved in professional associations and research programs (through steering committees).
Mr Jackson has co-authored over 25 peer-reviewed publications. In 2011 he was the primary investigator of a research project looking at the prevalence of acquired brain injury in the prison population, which won the 2011 International Corrections and Prisons Association Research Award. He has also presented papers at local and international Seminars and Meetings and conducted a number of Training Programs and Workshops. Mr Jackson is accredited as a Permanent Impairment Assessor with Comcare. And works in Melbourne and Tasmania.