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PERSONAL DETAILS AND INTERESTS
Jason Ewing is a registered psychologist who has over 16 years of experience working with a diverse range of clients. Jason has extensive experience working with children and adolescents and their parents in school-based settings. Jason brings a warm and gentle approach to therapy. He works to create a relationship which is client-centred, collaborative, and respectful. His approach to anxiety is from a whole or integral perspective.
EXPERIENCE (AREAS OF EXPERTISE)
Jason’s areas of expertise and special interests include depression, low self-esteem, autism, social/emotional issues, bullying and stress management at all stages of life. He is a registered clinical supervisor who has trained and mentored intern psychologists developing their skills in case formulation and working therapeutically with young people.
Jason utilizes a range of therapeutic styles including humanistic (person-centred) therapy, CBT, play and art therapy, mindfulness and brief solution-focused approaches where appropriate. Jason has a strong interest in neuropsychology, attachment, and the relationship between the brain and mind. He underpins practical approaches such as psychoeducation and problem solving with an interest in psychodynamic theory and social psychology to help the client holistically.
Jason is passionate about child and adult psychological growth. He has a special interest in meditation as an effective therapeutic tool, especially as applied to anxiety and can offer training in various meditation techniques when appropriate or at a client’s request.
BA (Hons), MPsych (Child and Family), MAPS
Jason completed his Master of Psychology degree in 2002.
Jason Ewing is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society.
|Jason Ewing on building a rapport with children||Play Therapy, prep-age kids, teenagers|
|The key to building a rapport with little children is to be non-threatening and to use a lot of humour. Jason does lay some ground rules, but he makes the children feel that he isn’t like a teacher, he won’t scold, they can play, and that they are the boss.||Jason Ewing explains about Play Therapy, his work with Prep-Year age children, the techniques & strategies he uses to understand them. He talks about his work with teenagers and how he gets them to open up.|