- Stress and anxiety
- Depression and difficulties with mood
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Emotion dysregulation
- Attention and concentration difficulties
- Behaviour difficulties (including Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder)
- Alcohol or other drug use
- Effective Communication
- Values and goals
BEd, BSc(Psych, Hons), Grad Cert FMH
Jeanne Wang is a registered psychologist and associate member of the Australian Psychological Society. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Sydney and has a Graduate Certificate in Forensic Mental Health. Jeanne has a keen interest in working collaboratively with children, young people, and their families and has over 10 years of experience across a variety of settings including primary, secondary and alternative schools, health, and youth offending services.
Jeanne is a respectful, warm and compassionate clinician. She appreciates the importance of genuinely connecting with others and drawing out an individual’s strengths. She enjoys supporting others to make changes to live a life that is meaningful to them, and celebrating their wins together, no matter how big or small. Jeanne also values walking alongside individuals to help them develop the skills and resilience to cope with the challenging times, and to better manage the big and distressing emotions that often come with them. In her work, Jeanne uses a variety of evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and will adapt her approach depending on the presenting need of the individual.
In her spare time, Jeanne hangs out in the Ravenclaw common room listening to some RnB and jazz tunes while cooking and baking (and then eating it all…with family and friends!). She loves going for bushwalks, exploring new places and experiencing different cultures all over the world.