Rachel Jellett

BSoc(Psych), BA(Hons), DPsych(Clinical), MAPS

Rachel (she/her) works from a neurodiversity affirming perspective to support mental health and the development of an authentic self-identity in autistic individuals.  In your sessions, Rachel works collaboratively to create a safe space and hopes you will feel seen and heard for who you really are. She will work with you to recognise and nurture your needs in a world that is often not designed for diverse minds, promoting your self-awareness, authenticity, and wellbeing.

Rachel completed her Doctor of Clinical Psychology at Swinburne University.   Since completing her Doctorate, Rachel has continued to remain involved in autism research, and has been an invited lecturer on topics including autistic adults' mental health, and autism in girls/women.  She provides therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and adults and is a board approved supervisor available for secondary consultation for professionals working in this area.

*Please note that Rachel is not currently taking new clients

Rachel consults from our Kew East clinic on Wednesdays and Thursdays.


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Solving the Mystery of Social Encouters

Solving the Mystery of Social Encounters

A breakthrough program for children aged between 8 and 12 years that teaches social skills in a fun, engaging group setting.

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Secret Agent Society social skills program

Solving the Mystery of Social Encounters

Please contact reception for information regarding groups running in 2020.



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Dr Richard Eisenmajer PhD presents:

Imagine having Asperger's Syndrome

A First Consultation DVD (length 103 minutes)

Drawing on his clinical experience and popular presentation style, Richard talks about the day to day challenges faced by people with Asperger's Syndrome and suggests a range of support strategies.