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BBmSc, PGDipSci, DClinPsyc, MNZCCP
• Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
• Psychological wellbeing and living a meaningful life with cancer
• Pain Management and living with chronic illness
• Managing sexual concerns with/after injury or disease
Clinical Psychologist at St George’s Cancer Care Centre since 2021.
Jessica graduated with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Massey University in Wellington. Much of her psychology career to date has focused on helping people live with chronic pain; with interests in pelvic pain, surgical injury, and sexual concerns. Prior to starting studies in Psychology, Jessica completed a Bachelor in Bio-Medical Science with majors in Human Genetics and Human Molecular Pathology. She has completed sex therapy training accredited by the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counsellors and Therapists (AASECT) and Sex Therapy New Zealand.
Jessica is a member of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists, Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand, and the New Zealand Pain Society.
“I work with patients and their families to support them to manage the impact that a cancer diagnosis, and treatment, can have on their lives. I take a collaborative and whole person approach to my work with clients, taking into account all the different aspects that may be contributing to a person’s situation. Sessions are judgement free and confidential so that you can feel safe to explore your concerns.”