Clinical Psychologist, Author, Facilitator.
BSc(Psych)Hons, MPsych(Clinical), GradDipApplSc(Psychology of Coaching), MAPS, FCCLP
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
Jennifer is a Clinical Psychologist who works with people with mental and physical health issues such as perfectionism, anxiety, chronic illness, depression, eating and body image problems, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Jennifer has a particular passion for working with neurodivergent adults, including those who have been recently diagnosed or self-identified. Jennifer helps her clients to create a meaningful and fulfilling lives while managing the daily struggles they experience as part of their neurodivergence. Jennifer strives to provide an affirming space for people of all non-binary gender identities, sexualities, neurodivergences and sensory needs.
Understanding that the foundation of successful therapy is a strong therapeutic alliance, Jennifer achieves positive change by building acceptance, flexibility, self-compassion, and the ability to take action towards what’s important. With a completely individualised approach that doesn’t rely on worksheets or standard templates, Jennifer integrates Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with behavioural and compassion-focused approaches.
Jennifer is the author of the ACT Workbook for Perfectionism. She presents internationally and may be available for public speaking, conferences, and workshops. She provides professional consultations to therapists seeking to deepen their therapeutic skills and fluency in ACT.
Unfortunately Jennifer’s books are closed. She is unable to take any new clients and does not maintain a waitlist.