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Dr Jacqueline Baulch

Dr Jacqueline Baulch

Clinical Psychologist, Counsellor

Inner Melbourne Clinical Psychology

Jacqueline believes that effective therapy is not only about developing new ways of coping, but also about increasing self-awareness. Long lasting change tends to happen when we are able to understand what triggers the issues that we struggle with and what keeps them going. By getting to know ourselves better we are able to step out of auto-pilot and build a life centered around what matters to us most.

PHONEPRACTICE LOCATIONS

  • 29 Stubbs St, Kensington, Melbourne VIC 3031 (03) 9376 1958 PHONE (03) 9376 1958
  • Level 9, 85 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000 PHONE (03) 9376 1958 (03) 9376 1958

Services

  • Counselling, Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, Assessment, Workshops / Courses, Phone Consultations 
  • Areas of Special Interest

  • Anger Related Issues, Anxiety / Panic Attacks, Burnout, Depression, Grief / Bereavement, Life Transitions, Men's Issues, Obsessive Compulsive, Phobias, Postnatal Depression, PTSD, Relationship Issues, Self Development, Social Skills, Stress Management, Women's Issues  
  • MODALITIES / Approach

    ACT, CBT, DBT, Interpersonal, Meditation, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Process Oriented, Schema Therapy, Solution Oriented

    Depending on the needs of her clients Jacqueline utilises Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Schema-Focused Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Person-Centred approaches.

    ACCREDITATIONS

    • Doctor of Clinical Psychology - 2012 - Swinburne University
    • Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) (Psychology) - 2007 - RMIT University
    • Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) - 2005 - RMIT University

    Professional Associations

    • Australian Psychological Society

    Background

    Through her Doctoral studies and workplace experience in Canada and Australia Jacqueline has developed a thorough understanding of effective treatments for a wide range of issues. She has worked with groups and individuals in public and private hospitals and clinics and continues to refine her clinical skills through regular attendance at workshops, conferences and peer consultation.

    Appointments

    Appointments are available weekdays and weeknights.

    Transport and Parking

    Close to public transport and free parking available.

    Fees

    Fees for a 50-minute consultation are $170 ($45.50 out of pocket with a Medicare rebate). Medicare rebates are available with a GP referral. Private health insurance rebates are available with some insurance companies (check with your provider).

    Payment Options

    Cash, Cheque, EFTPOS, Mastercard or Visa payable at the end of each session.



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    10 Questions with Jacqueline Baulch

    • What method/s do you use?

    • Just like in life, in therapy, one size doesn't fit all. So depending on my clients needs and preferences I utilise a variety of therapy methods. I have professional training in Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and Person-Centred approaches.
    • When do you think the client will start to feel that progress is being made?

    • Every person has a different journey through therapy. Some people notice significant changes reasonably quickly and other people find that therapy consists of a series of small changes. I check-in with clients regularly to see whether they are happy with how therapy is progressing. If clients feel that progress isn’t being made, this presents an opportunity to adapt the approach we are using or revisit goals so that my client can feel satisfied that they are moving in the direction they want to.
    • What do you like most about being a therapist?

    • I feel fortunate to go to work each day and feel inspired by people’s resilience and bravery in seeking help and opening up about painful experiences. It is a privilege to be able to walk beside people as they work towards feeling more comfortable and authentic in their own skin.
    • Do you ever have 'bad hair' days?

    • I most certainly do! Some mornings I think you just wake up and know you've got a tough day ahead. This is when I try my best to be kind and compassionate by keeping things simple, reducing the expectations I have of myself and others, and re-directing my attention when my mind starts churning out self-critical thoughts.
    • What do you think is the most significant problem we face, in the world today?

    • I think life is too busy and complicated. Multi-tasking has become the norm and as a consequence we spend most of our time up in our heads worrying about the past or planning for the future. I think one of the most effective antidotes to our busy lives is mindfulness, which involves bringing our attention to the present moment in an accepting and non-critical way. Mindfulness doesn’t have to be complicated or involve lengthy meditations, it can be a simple pause in your day where you check-in with your breathing and slow down to notice the world around you.
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    Dr Jacqueline Baulch

    Jacqueline Baulch

    Clinical Psychologist, Counsellor

    Jacqueline is a warm, compassionate and professional clinical psychologist. She believes that effective therapy is not only about developing new ways of coping, but also about increasing self-awareness. Long lasting change tends to happen when we are able to understand what triggers the issues that we struggle with and what keeps them going. By getting to know ourselves better we are able to step out of auto-pilot and build a life centered around what matters to us most. ...

    • Kensington, Melbourne
    • ACT, CBT, DBT, Interpersonal, Meditation, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Process Oriented, Schema Therapy, Solution Oriented