Emma Jenkins is a passionate psychologist with a keen interest in perinatal and infant mental health. She works in her own private practice and runs online psychoeducational support programs for perinatal populations.
Over the past 8 years working as a school counsellor/psychologist closely with children and families, Emma has developed a range of skills and expertise with strengths in assessing the diverse needs of her clients to help them to thrive in their lives.
Upon having her own children, Emma expanded her interest and focused her personal & professional development in the areas of maternal and infant (physical and mental) wellbeing through additional training with Kangatraining Australia, The Australian Babywearing Association and more recently, AHPRA endorsed psychological training with The Centre for Perinatal Psychology and Spilt Milk Psychology (Amanda Donnet).
Emma is passionate about working with perinatal populations in clinical settings, and is eager to assist in creative ways so that more parents may receive support during this vulnerable time in the lifespan.
Emma is warm and nurturing in her eclectic approach to therapy, as she draws from attachment-based practices, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Compassion Focussed Therapy.