Dr Jacqueline Larkin
BA (Psych), MAppPsych, PhD, GradCertFinPlan, MAPS, MAHRI
Jacqueline is a passionate psychologist, educator, researcher and consultant. She has worked extensively in a range of organisations and with individuals from diverse occupational, educational and cultural backgrounds.
Jacqueline is deeply committed to partner with clients using an integrated and practical approach that is compassionate, trusting, highly supportive, and tailored to their specific needs. Her goal is to empower clients to flourish by helping them to discover their strengths, in order to facilitate personal growth and enhance general well-being. Jacqueline works within the broad frameworks of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy and Positive Psychology.
Jacqueline has a special interest in working with individuals experiencing change including life or career transitions, and workplace issues. Her ongoing area of research is positive ageing and older workers. Jacqueline is currently available on Saturdays.
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