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Jessica Tello

Clinic Days: Mon, Fri

Jessica is a warm and caring therapist who is dedicated to creating a compassionate, safe, and collaborative space where clients can share their stories and feel heard. She believes everyone’s path to wellbeing is unique and is deeply committed to meeting each client exactly where they are in their journey. 

Jessica brings over ten years of experience in supporting individuals to navigate life's complexities. Jessica flexibly provides clinical assessment and treatment to individuals presenting with a broad range of concerns including stress, anxiety, depression, life transitions, self-esteem, perfectionism, procrastination, academic difficulties, trauma, grief and bereavement, and relationship difficulties. 

In her practice, Jessica embraces a relational framework and draws from a range of evidence-based interventions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She is interested in the mind-body connection and incorporating a polyvagal guided approach to therapy.

Her previous roles include supporting students as a Psychologist at TAFE NSW and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Lifeline and Learning Links Maroubra. 

Beyond her work with individuals Jessica has worked extensively with groups and facilitated workshops, including Exam Anxiety, Mindfulness, and Procrastination within a tertiary setting. Jessica has also previously worked with children and families at Learning Links and delivered an anxiety program for children. 

Jessica enjoys working with adults of all ages and has a special interest in supporting individuals with anxiety, trauma and ADHD. She is dedicated to trauma-informed, neurodiversity-affirming care. Her work at Lifeline developed Jessica’s interest in supporting those coping with crisis and navigating complex life circumstances. 

Jessica is a Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS). 

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