Available at the Seaford and Glen Waverley
Jessica is committed to utilizing evidence-based interventions that incorporate the most current research findings, alongside her clinical experience and the individualized needs of her clients. Fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese, she is able to provide therapy services to clients who may feel more comfortable communicating in these languages and better understand the cultural nuances that shape their experiences.
At the core of Jessica’s therapeutic approach lies the belief that every individual possesses unlimited potential. With this in mind, she strives to empower her clients by helping them tap into their innate strengths and abilities through a strength-based approach. Collaboratively working with her clients, she identifies their unique strengths and builds on them to help them achieve their personal goals.
Jessica is deeply committed to promoting cultural diversity and values the unique perspectives that each person brings to the therapeutic process. She believes in creating a safe and supportive environment where her clients can feel heard and validated, regardless of their cultural background or life experiences. By fostering a sense of safety and trust, clients are better able to explore their innermost thoughts and emotions, leading to greater personal insight and growth.
With her gentle, people-oriented, and humanistic approach, Jessica strives to create a therapeutic relationship built on empathy, compassion, and mutual respect. Whether working with clients in English or Chinese, her goal is to help individuals overcome their challenges, find their voice, and realize their full potential. Through collaboration, she works with her clients to identify the most effective treatment strategies tailored to their unique circumstances.
- Master of Professional Psychology- Monash University
- Master of Clinical Counselling – Australian Catholic University
- Graduate Diploma of Psychology – Deakin University
- Bachelor of Health Science (Psychology and Family, Society & Health) Deakin University