Dr Jason Bos
I am a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Rose Bay.
My overarching aim is to facilitate a process that helps you make sense of your unique experience. I have found that it is through this process of insight and self-understanding that meaningful and enduring change to one's mental health can occur.
To do so, I focus on creating a respectful, non-judgemental, and compassionate space that welcomes the free expression and exploration of vulnerable thoughts and emotions. A space where people feel supported, heard and understood.
As a clinical psychologist, I have extensive expertise in helping adults and adolescents with a range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma and PTSD, eating disorders and difficulties relating to personality, sexuality, identity, and relationships.
The way I practice can be best described as relational and psychodynamic, but at the same time, I am strongly client-focused and have the expertise to integrate a range of therapeutic approaches to best support your unique needs.
In addition to working in private practice, I am a Research Fellow at Deakin University, a certified Board Approved Supervisor and a Psychology Honours Supervisor. My research interests and publications are in the fields of psychodynamic psychotherapy, addictive behaviours, complex youth mental health and mental health within elite sport.
I welcome you to contact me to discuss our working together.
Doctor of Clinical Psychology
Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology with Honours
Bachelor of Commerce
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)
Board Approved Supervisor
APS Psychoanalytically-Oriented Psychotherapy Committee Member