Jacqueline is a registered psychologist with substantial research and clinical experience in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and provides comprehensive ADHD assessments for diagnosis and treatment recommendations to help manage ADHD symptoms and improve overall health-related quality of life.
In addition, Jacqueline works with individuals across various areas to assist with symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress, sleep issues, relationships, and life transition/adjustment issues.
Jacqueline is committed to and passionate about promoting ADHD as a clinician and researcher to reduce the associated stigma. Advancing the neurobiological framework of ADHD to improve assessment measures and treatment outcomes drive her enthusiasm for the ongoing pursuit of emerging research and evidence-based solutions for helping her clients. Jacqueline draws from over 19 years of experience as a psychologist in the corporate and private sectors, postgraduate training in clinical neuroscience at the Brain & Mind Research Institute at Sydney Medical School, and brain researcher at The University of Sydney Medical School. In addition, Jacqueline attended the Westmead Institute for Medical Research, Sydney University, completing her PhD research involving neuroimaging (MRI) to determine neurobiological markers that characterise the inattentive and combined presentation types of ADHD.
Further, Jacqueline has served as both a committee member and Chair of the Sydney branch of the Australian Psychological Society, which has over 4000 members. In addition, Jacqueline has consulted the media with appearances on the Channel 9 network “today”, 6 pm News and “mornings” shows, Channel 7 network “Today Tonight”, radio, and numerous print media: Sydney Morning Herald, Cosmopolitan, Dolly, Marie-Claire, Madison, That’s Life, Women’s Health & others.