Jason Little

Jason Little

  • Qualification: PhD (Clinical Psychology)
  • Special Interests: depression, anxiety, stress, addictions, phobia, OCD, self-esteem, PTSD, Workers Comp and MAIB claims, NDIS reports and therapy, Disability Support Pension applications
  • Age Groups: Adults (18+)
  • Therapies: CBT, Counselling, MiCBT
clinical psychologist

Dr Jason Little

Dr Jason Little is a clinical psychologist who works with people to help them develop skills and techniques for their emotional health, resilience, and well-being. He has a particular interest in mindfulness and practices with compassion and commitment to assist people in increasing their self-confidence and sense of self-worth. Jason’s therapy approach employs evidence-based treatments that tailor clients’ individual needs. He is committed to working collaboratively with his clients within a supportive environment that is genuine, compassionate and professional.

Jason draws from evidence-based therapies of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT).

He is interested in building from the resources and strengths that his clients have to assist them in growing and leading more fulfilling lives. Jason works with clients across a wide range of psychological and emotional issues, such as depression, anxiety, stress, addictions and phobia.

Jason is also able to provide a range of clinical psychology services for NDIS participants, including reports tailored for NDIS plan reassessments, therapy for issues such as emotional regulation, social skill training and cognitive difficulties, and ‘therapy support’ referrals.

Additionally, Dr Little offers therapy and assessments for Disability Support Pension applications. Kindly contact us to schedule a brief initial telephone interview with Dr. Little to discuss suitability.