Rabia Jali

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Rabia Jali

Psychologist
Specialises with clients 5-12 years
Available for assessments and testing

Rabia is a registered Psychologist with AHPRA (Psychology Board of Australia) and is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Rabia has worked in a range of settings, including private practice, and independent and public schools in Victoria. She has experience working with children and adolescents, using evidence-based practice, and working collaboratively with families. 
 
Through her experience, Rabia has supported clients in the assessments and/or treatment of social-emotional challenges (e.g., anxiety, depression, parental separation), learning difficulties and disorders, behavioral challenges (e.g., ADHD, ASD, ODD), and social skills difficulties. She has worked with young people from out-of-home-care and from various cultural backgrounds, including (but not limited to) Aboriginal and Asian backgrounds (i.e., she is fluent in the Malay Language). 
 
Rabia employs a strengths-based, collaborative, and individualised treatment approach, using a range of evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and has worked extensively to support children through Bibliotherapy. Rabia fosters a warm and welcoming environment and aims to provide clients with a safe space that empowers them to achieve their therapeutic goals.

​​Rabia Jali

Psychologist
Specialises with clients 5-12 years
Available for assessments and testing

Rabia is a registered Psychologist with AHPRA (Psychology Board of Australia) and is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Rabia has worked in a range of settings, including private practice, and independent and public schools in Victoria. She has experience working with children and adolescents, using evidence-based practice, and working collaboratively with families. 
 
Through her experience, Rabia has supported clients in the assessments and/or treatment of social-emotional challenges (e.g., anxiety, depression, parental separation), learning difficulties and disorders, behavioral challenges (e.g., ADHD, ASD, ODD), and social skills difficulties. She has worked with young people from out-of-home-care and from various cultural backgrounds, including (but not limited to) Aboriginal and Asian backgrounds (i.e., she is fluent in the Malay Language). 
 
Rabia employs a strengths-based, collaborative, and individualised treatment approach, using a range of evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and has worked extensively to support children through Bibliotherapy. Rabia fosters a warm and welcoming environment and aims to provide clients with a safe space that empowers them to achieve their therapeutic goals.