JACQUELINE HOPE

Therapist

Qualifications:
Bachelor Social Work , BA, Grad Counselling, Cert Family Therapy, Cert Intro Play Therapy
Accredited Carer Counsellor
Member Australian Association Social Workers
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker

Experience Jacqueline has over 18 years experience counselling various populations in community health, mental health, employee assistance provider counselling, private practice and schools. Jacqueline thoroughly enjoyed working as a School Counsellor in various schools. Jacqueline has worked for Family services, Relationships Australia and Melbourne University. Jacqueline uses an eclectic approach, drawing from the following; cognitive behavioural therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Positive Psychology, Family Systems and Play Therapy.


Jacqueline is a kind insightful professional who enjoys working creatively with individuals only.
Jacqueline has over 18 years experience counselling various populations in community health, mental health, employee assistance provider counselling, private practice and schools. Jacqueline thoroughly enjoyed working as a School Counsellor in various schools.
Jacqueline uses an eclectic approach, drawing from the following; cognitive behavioural therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Positive Psychology, Family Systems and strenghts based approach.

Jacqueline’s passion and talent is in working with individuals in a collaborative and creative way. Jacqueline’s aim is to give voice to help individuals express feelings through their most accessible means, talking or art and to then help adults come up with their own solutions.

When working with Jacqueline, you can expect to feel heard, understood and respected.
Key Interest Areas:
- Anxiety management – adults
- Depression- Family related problems
- Return to work/injury counselling
- Self-esteem and self-development
- Stress management
- Parenting
- Life transition and adjustment issues
- Career counseling
- Workplace stress
- Conflict resolution

Please note – No couple counselling, family violence, drug and alcohol