Dr Wade Jacklin
Wade has been a registered psychologist for the past 18 years and has worked in both clinical and organisational psychology contexts. His primary area’s of expertise lie in clinical psychology, executive coaching, conflict management, professional supervision, and the delivery of training programs to enhance performance and well-being.
Wade’s primary objective in therapy is to understand and promote the human strengths that enable individuals to move beyond suffering to achieve a high level of life satisfaction.
Wade has completed advanced level training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Strategic Therapy, Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Clinical Hypnosis. Wade is committed to ongoing professional development.
- Doctor of Psychology – Clinical (2017)
- Master of Clinical Psychology ( 2002)
- Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology (1999)
- Graduate Diploma in Organisational Psychology (1999)
- Bachelor of Behavioural Science (1995 – 1998)
- STAP Accredited Supervisor (Current)
- Advanced Certification in Strategic Therapy and Clinical Hypnosis (2009)
- Australian Psychological Society (APS)
- APS College of Clinical Psychology
- American Association of Clinical Hypnosis
Current Clinical Supervisors and Mentors
- Dr. Michael Yapko (Clinical Hypnosis & Strategic Therapy)
- Dr. Tracey Hunter (Schema Therapy)
- Prof. Roger Dooley (General Clinical Practice)
Wade recently had this to say on the subject of therapy…
“I believe that the opportunity for powerful learning and lasting change is lost if the client does not come away with a very clear and transformational experience that is anchored by specific skills that have been rehearsed and applied in the client’s life. There are many strategies that can be applied in therapy to enhance the memory and application of the learnings achieved in therapy. Such strategies include; carefully structured sessions that have an agreed agenda and objective, provision of reading material covering key ideas, providing recordings of sessions that can be reviewed after the session, and looping back over central ideas to deepen and integrate new learnings.”