Jessica Aradas, Psychologist, Baulkham Hills NSW
4 December 2018
We live in a society operationalised within time and date, and even though one calendar year blends all too easily to the next, a kind of pressure sinks in when we think about a “new year” – as though that new year needs to be starkly different.
Whether it’s “new year, new me” popping up on your social media posts, or a quiet introspection on “What did I do this year, and where am I going now?”, the pressure to change, better, or go places is all around come December/January.
Psychologist, Baulkham Hills NSW
Jessica is an understanding and passionate psychologist who enjoys working collaboratively with clients in order to meet their needs, and enhance their independence. Jessica has experience in outpatient, inpatient, and day-program settings. She has a special interest in eating disorders and has worked at several private and community-based treatment services. Jessica holds a concurrent position at Northside Clinic in the inpatient eating disorders unit.