Jessica Hazzard-White

Jessica Hazzard-White

Provisional Psychologist

To book an appointment with Jessica click on one of the links below


Jessica Hazzard-White is a Provisional Psychologist with a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) from the University of Sydney, and a Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced) and a Master of Professional Psychology from the University of New England. Jessica is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy and Trauma-Informed Care.

Jessica Hazzard-White works both with adults, and with children and their families.

Please note that as Jessica is a Provisional Psychologist, she is not able to provide Medicare or Private Health fund rebates at this time. As she is not able to provide rebates, she charges a reduced fee.

If you would like to ask Jessica any questions regarding the topic areas she works with, please email her at For appointment bookings, please contact our reception team at or 02 9999 6216.

Jessica Hazzard-White practices from our Roseville location, on Mondays, and Tuesdays. See our locations here.

Further Information

Jessica’s approach to counselling values compassion and curiosity at the forefront, and she works with a humanistic and person-centred framework that promotes self-understanding, self-acceptance and authentic self-expression. Jessica values empathy, compassion, curiosity, respect and the importance of the therapeutic relationship. Central to Jessica’s practice of counselling is the importance of fairness, equality and social justice. When working with ADHD, Autism Spectrum and sensory processing difficulties, Jessica comes from a perspective which celebrates neurodiversity.

Working with Children and Teens:

Jessica works with children and teens across the following topic areas:

  • ADHD
  • Anger issues
  • Anxiety
  • Autism Spectrum experiences
  • Body image concerns and problematic food/eating behaviours
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Diverse experiences of gender and sexual/romantic orientation*
  • Grief and loss
  • Life changes – parental separation and divorce, changing schools, newly blended families
  • Obsessive-Compulsive thoughts and behaviour, including hoarding behaviour
  • Oppositional behaviour and conduct problems
  • Phobias
  • Problematic or excessive use of devices, social media or gaming
  • School refusal
  • Separation anxiety
  • Sleep problems
  • Social skills and difficulties making and maintaining friendships
  • Substance use
  • Trauma and PTSD

* Please note, the purpose of counselling for diverse experiences of gender and sexuality is not to “fix or treat” a young person’s identity. The purpose is to provide a safe and affirming space where they can explore their thoughts and feelings around these topic areas, so that they can feel more comfortable being themselves.

Working with Adults:

Jessica works with adults across a range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Anger management
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder/Aspergers
  • Bipolar I and II
  • Body image concerns and problematic food/eating behaviours
  • Borderline Personality Disorder/extreme emotional dysregulation
  • Obsessive-Compulsive thoughts and behaviour
  • Depression
  • Generalised anxiety
  • Grief and loss
  • Health anxiety
  • Life transitions including divorce and separation, job loss, retirement
  • Managing chronic illness
  • Phobias
  • Problematic Substance use
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Sleep problems
  • Social anxiety
  • Trauma, PTSD and Complex Trauma
  • Work stress and workplace bullying

Jessica Hazzard-White enjoys working with people from all backgrounds and all walks of life, and is particularly passionate about providing supportive and respectful care to people with diverse experiences of gender, sexuality and relationships. Jessica provides non-pathologising and affirming care to people of trans, non-binary and genderqueer experience, and to people of lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, asexual and aromantic identities.