Warwick is a Neuropsychologist who started the READ Clinic in 1981.
Warwick initially trained as a teacher and taught for three years in Papua and New Guinea. Whilst there, he commenced a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Psychology and Sociology) by correspondence.
Upon his return to Australia he completed this qualification whilst teaching on a casual basis. He commenced working as a School Counsellor and Psychologist in 1974 after completing a year’s training in counselling with the NSW Department of Education. While working in this field Warwick completed a Master of Letters (majoring in abnormal and therapeutic psychology) through the University of New England.
He continued working in the area of Educational Psychology but, in partnership with his brother Dr. John Irvine, commenced a private practice in 1981. In 1993 Warwick completed a Clinical Masters in Neuropsychology through Macquarie University.
After 20 years with the Department of School Education, he joined the Health Commission working as a Clinical Neuropsychologist in the Departments of Rehabilitation and also Aged Care. In 2000 Warwick left the Health Commission to work full-time at the Clinic.
Warwick has had 30 years’ experience as a Psychologist and Educational Psychologist and 11 years as a Clinical Neuropsychologist. He is a member of the Australian College of Education as well as the Australian Psychological Society where he is a member of the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists and the College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists.