Jade Bloom


Jade Bloom

is a registered psychologist who has completed a Masters in Psychology (Counselling). She also recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Developmental Trauma. She has fifteen years’ experience working in private practice, community, and school settings.

She provides counselling services to children (5+) and adolescents for issues including family separation and divorce, childhood trauma, anger management, anxiety and depression, family and relationship issues, self-esteem building, social skills training, and gender identity. Support for school-based issues such as bullying, organizational skills and school refusal are also commonly treated.

She also has a particular focus in providing psychological support to those who have experienced family violence, complex trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder and victims of crime.

Jade also has significant experience providing support for NDIS participants with capacity building, social communication skills and behaviour management.

Jade is empathetic and approachable. She is client centered and works collaboratively on the individual’s unique therapeutic goals. She uses Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and an Emotional Focused therapeutic approach. She also incorporates creativity when working with younger clients to elicit expression and regulation of emotion through Art and Play.

Jade can see clients who are NDIS self-managed. She also provides psychological support and report preparation for the Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal (VOCAT). She is a member of the Australian Association of Psychologists inc (AAPI).