Jacqueline Ambrosini has been in private practice for over 10 years and has worked with young people for over 20. She has trained at postgraduate institutes
including the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies and the Psychotherapy at the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis for trauma. She has written on the relevancy of cultural issues in therapy as well as co-authored research articles.
Ms Ambrosini works with young and mature adults, couples and adolescents. She has helped guide many people who may be ambivalent about what it is they want in their relationships or careers, or are unsure how to get what they do want. Through her years of experience and study, Ms Ambrosini understands that often there are hidden things we haven't given voice to, usually out of concern of being judged, hurting others, or feeling ashamed. Concealing or judging parts of our true selves in this way often interferes with love, work, friendships and a sense of purpose. Through careful listening, asking questions and creating a safe environment for more expressive freedom, Ms Ambrosini assists to give form to these thoughts and feelings, thus allowing for more possibilities to emerge.