Jane works with children aged 6 to 18 years, adolescents, adults, older adults, people with disabilities and the culturally and linguistically diverse.
Jane is a registered provisional psychologist until she obtains full AHPRA registration. She is a very experienced mental health professional. Jane is completing her psychology internship under the supervision of an experienced clinician. Jane completed a dual degree of Psychological Science and Criminology and criminal Justice at Griffith University, graduating in 2016. Returning to Griffith in 2018, to complete her Psychology Honours. During her studies Jane worked in Youth Justice as a Restorative Justice Convenor, helping young people move out of offending and helping victims of crime find closure.
Jane’s therapeutic approach is strengths-based and trauma-informed. Her therapy style ensures that her clients always feel they are in a safe space. She is empathic and caring making her clients feel understood and supported.
Jane sees people for depression and low mood, anxiety and panic, OCD, trauma and PTSD, disordered eating, behavioural issues, ASD and ADHD, workplace conflict, occupational rehabilitation, and victims of crime.
Jane utilises several evidence-based Therapies including, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Trauma-focused CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and mediation