Jacquie is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Melbourne, Australia.

Jacquie worked in an acute psychiatric ward where she realised that a person’s suffering and behaviour carried a meaning for that person, even when it was not fully understood.

She trained in Milan school of Systemic Family Therapy, a therapy that helped to unearth this meaning in the context of family. Later, she began to explore the writings of Dr. C.G. Jung, a master psychological analyst of symbolic communication, who along with other famous contemporaries, discovered a method of dream interpretation which helped support a person’s recovery and growth.

After years of her own analysis, she sold her house and went to Switzerland, training as a Jungian Analyst at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology.

She has been in private practice as a psychotherapist and a Jungian Analyst for over 20 years. She works in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, lectures in tertiary education and writes. Her household includes too many poodles and a wild magpie family.

Jacquie regularly meets with a guild of Swiss-trained Jungian analysts in Australia who meet to share creative work in their areas of interest.