Jessica is a psychologist with experience working in community and inpatient mental health settings, trauma and rehabilitation. She started her training in neuropsychology and this helps inform her therapy, in understanding that the brain can change through experience and new connections can be formed and strengthened through practice.
Jessica has a particular interest working with mothers who have experienced birth trauma and breastfeeding difficulties and exploring parent-infant relations and attachment. She delivers a range of evidence-based therapies, including trauma informed Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness and Relaxation skills training.
Jessica is a kind and empathetic psychologist who loves to support her clients to build resilience and confidence in their abilities, strengthen their relationship to their infant, and promote secure attachments that have enduring impacts on healthy brain development and growth.