Jayme Temple

Accredited Mental Health Social Worker

Jayme is a clinician who has been trained to diagnose and treat a variety of mental health issues and conditions. His therapeutic style is derived from a holistic and respectful approach to mental and emotional well-being.

He utilities a variety of therapeutic modalities and perspectives to address a broad array of mental, emotional, grief, personality, and insight related issues. His clinical background is diverse encompassing the fields of mental health, international social work, counselling, and psychotherapy.

Jayme has practiced in a wide range of clinical settings over 12 years in 3 different countries including the USA, New Zealand and Australia. Jayme is registered and accredited as a Mental Health Social Worker in Australia with the AASW. He is also a registered Social Worker in New Zealand and has completed the supervision requirements for the Clinical Social Workers License Board of Georgia, USA. Jayme’s education includes a Master of Clinical Social Work, a Bachelor of Social Work, and an Associate of Science (Psychology & Sociology). As part of his education, he undertook international social work projects in both Scandinavia and South America. Jayme served as an infantryman in United States Marine Corps and has experience working with military, police, and emergency services. 

Jayme is experienced in the following areas: community mental health, forensic mental health, adult, child and adolescent mental health, first nations mental health, trauma, rape crises, emergency assistance program, foster care, child protection, refugee resettlement, and emergency mental health. Jayme is skilled in using a range of therapeutic tools that include but are not limited to CBT, Narrative, and Hypnotherapeutic approaches.

Jayme has special interest in supporting individuals who are experience

  • Relationship issues,
  • Disorganized attachment,
  • Anxiety, stress,
  • Substance abuse,
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other trauma and well-being issues.
  • Community mental health
  • Forensic mental health
  • Adult, child and adolescent mental health
  • First nations mental health
  • Trauma
  • Rape crises
  • Emergency assistance program
  • Foster care and child protection
  • Refugee resettlement
  • Emergency mental health

Jayme is married and enjoys travel, surfing, martial arts, cooking and learning about different cultures.

  • Medicare (Better Access / Mental Health Care Plan)
  • Medicare (Chronic Disease Self-Management)
  • Private Health
  • Private Pay
Qualifications

M.SW, B.SW, AASOC, DMHP, AMHS, NZSWRB

Availability

CAPALABA

Friday 2:30pm to 9:00pm