Rachel JellettPostdoctoral Researcher, Autism Research Centre
Dr Rachel Jellett is a clinical psychologist, board approved supervisor, and research fellow. She is passionate about applying her experience as a practicing psychologist to autism research, and teaching others. Dr Jellett holds a strong appreciation for the diversity of the Autism Spectrum. She is currently working as part of two research teams (1) conducting a clinical intervention trial (2) exploring longitudinal outcomes of school aged children.
Dr Jellett completed a Doctor of Psychology(Clinical) at Swinburne University, where she was awarded the faculty research prize in 2016. Since this time, she has practiced as a clinical psychologist providing person-centred therapeutic services for autistic children, adolescents, and adults. She has been involved in training postgraduate students, and collaborating on research projects in autism. Together, this experience across multiple roles supports her to engage with and explore the complexities of autism research and practice.