Dr Rachel Jellett
Rachel (she/her) is a clinical psychologist, board approved supervisor, and lecturer. She is passionate about applying her experience as a practicing psychologist to autism research and teaching. Rachel completed a Doctorate in Psychology(Clinical) at Swinburne University, where she was awarded the faculty research prize in 2016. Since this time, she has practiced as a clinical psychologist providing person-centred therapeutic services for autistic children, adolescents, and adults and worked in a postdoctoral research position. Rachel is interested in the idea of neurodiversity, the social model of disability, and how psychologists can best meet the needs of their autistic clients. This is related to her values of equality and celebrating individuality and uniqueness.
Clinical Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Autism; Child Development; Autism in Adulthood; Neurodiversity
Fields of Research
- Child And Adolescent Development - 520101
- Clinical Psychology - 520302
Clinical Psychology;Counseling Psychology;Developmental Psychology;Clinical Psychology;Counseling Psychology;Developmental Psychology
Also published as: Jellett, Rachel; Jellett, R.
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