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Jane offers a supportive environment that is safe, secure and non-judgmental. She has practiced in a variety of settings including secondary school, ACAP Sydney Psychology clinic, face to face and online.
Jane has also worked privately with mature clients who have faced childhood trauma and also been negatively impacted from various therapeutic organizations.
Jane's therapeutic approach stems from Person Centered Therapy and is supported by various evidence-based therapies dependent on the needs of the client.
These include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour therapy, Positive Psychology, Emotion Focused Therapy, Psychodynamic therapy and Mindfulness.
Jane believes each client is unique and deserves a therapy that is uniquely theirs.
● Narrative Therapy (NT)
NT is a psychotherapeutic therapy that empowers clients to explore and transform their life stories by separating their problems from their own identity.
● Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
ACT uses a range of experiential exercises (such as mindfulness) to reduce anxious thoughts, low mood and other psychological conditions. You will learn how to develop a transcendent sense of
self, to live in the present, to take action – and to be guided by your deepest values.
● Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT will help you become aware of your unhelpful thoughts and how they may be causing you distress. You will be taught how to replace negative thoughts with more positive ones to improve
● Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT is an increasingly sought-after treatment for people with borderline personality disorder (BPD). It combines CBT techniques with concepts of distress tolerance, acceptance and mindfulness.
Research shows that DBT can also treat patients with complex symptoms and
behaviours associated with spectrum mood disorders, including self-harm.
● Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)
EFT is a short-term therapy that focuses on the development of emotional intelligence and on the importance of secure relationships.
● Motivational Interviewing (MI)
MI attempts to increase your awareness of problems caused, consequences experienced, and risks faced as a result of your behaviour. Your therapist will help you foresee a better future and become
more motivated to achieve it.
● Positive Psychology (PPS)
PPS focuses on positive emotions to help you flourish. This form of therapy is used to help you identify your strengths to create a richer and more meaningful life.
● Psychodynamic Therapy (PT)
PT is a deep form of therapy that aims to reveal your subconscious to alleviate psychic tension. Therapists and clients work together to understand the client's psychopathology by exploring their
childhood experiences (longer duration).
● Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)
SFT is a form of talk therapy that centers on what you want to achieve through therapy rather than on the problems that prompted you to seek help. The approach focuses on the present and future –not the past.
●Systemic Therapy (ST)
ST approaches problems practically rather than analytically (logical reasoning). Clients are taught
to identify stagnant patterns of behaviour that occur in groups of people such as a family, and address those patterns directly, irrespective of analysis of cause.
● General counselling
● Grief & Loss counselling
● Youth counselling
● Christian counselling
● Relaxation & stress management
● Building self-compassion
● Personal growth
● Trauma counselling
● Anxiety & Depression
● Personal development
● Sexual Abuse
● Drugs & Alcohol
● ADHD Females
Individual therapy sessions can cover a wide range of interventions and strategies that could assist you with:
Master of Counselling & Psychotherapy
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Psychology)
Graduate Diploma in Counselling
Mental Health First Aid- 2019
Mental Health First Aid Suicidal Person- 2019
Dealing with Grief Mourning & Bereavement-2020
Reinventing Resilience- 2020
Trans-personal Psychology- 2020
Re-Thinking Christie's (1986) Ideal Victim- 2020
Holding Space for Self & Others- 2023
Treating Trauma with Tapping- 2023
Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders I:
Diagnosis & Risk Factors- 2023
Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders II:
Attachment Implications & Therapeutic Modalities-2023
Autism & ADHD in Girls and Women: Using neurodiversity affirming therapy throughout the lifespan - 2024
Australian Counselling Association (ACA)
ACA (L2) Australian Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapists Register no: 17554
$140 - 50 minutes
Jubilee Counselling, is required by law, as detailed in the Information Privacy Act 1988, to comply with a strict code of conduct to maintain the privacy of all personal information on record. During your session, Jane may take notes; these are purely for my benefit and support our session work, and remain my property and responsibility.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 1992, your personal information including counselling notes, name, contact details, may be made available by request.
Jane collects and records your personal information relevant to the services provided. While you do not have to give any personal information, this may limit the services Jane can provide to you.Your personal information is gathered as part of your assessment and therapy, and is kept securely. In the interests of your privacy, only I will access and use your personal information.
Your personal information is stored in a manner that reasonably protects it from misuse and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification, or disclosure.
When your personal information is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was obtained, Jane will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently anonymise your personal information.
Except as noted below, your personal information must be retained for a period of seven years to comply with relevant Government requirements.
The purpose of professional supervision is to enhance the quality of care provided to you. Jane has a professional duty to consult with her supervisor from time to time, and non-identifying information about your counselling sessions may be discussed, however, these communications are confidential and your details are anonymised.
All personal information gathered during the provision of your service remains confidential and secure except when:
1. You (or your legal authority) have given consent for me to share your personal
2. I am under a legal obligation to share your personal information.
3. There is an immediate and specified risk of harm to an identifiable person or
persons, which can only be averted by disclosing your personal information.
Requests for Access to Personal Information:
Individuals are entitled to see their own personal and sensitive information held by Jubilee Counselling. Individuals are also entitled to change incorrect or out of date information. The request for access to personal information must be made in writing and the request will be processed in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.
If you have a concern about the management of your personal information, contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone during business hours 0490348891.
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