Miss Jacqueline Louder (Psychologist)

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Name
Miss Jacqueline Louder
Occupation
Psychologist
Gender
Female
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Jacqui Louder has been a practicing psychologist for sixteen years, specialising in eating disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, athletic transitions (retirement / entry into elite sport /etc), motor sport, critical incident management, performing arts and children’s sport. She works with teams and organisations in establishing a healthy leadership and culture, and ensuring healthy working environments, as well as coaching groups on communication and enhancing team performance. Clinically Jacqui works extensively with individuals suffering depression and anxiety, pain management and sleeping issues, relationships, and general life balance.


Currently at OPSMC Jacqui is the Head of our Allied Health Department and sits on the Board of Directors. She has recently stepped down, after 8 years, as the National Membership Coordinator for the College of Sports and Exercise Psychologists but maintains her role as the Chair for the Victorian College of Sport & Exercise Psychologists.


Jacqui co-hosts ‘The Science of Sport’ on SEN (1116 AM) every Sunday morning from October to March, and continues to maintain a consulting role to numerous media outlets throughout the year, offering expert comments on current issues within elite sport.


Currently Jacqui consults to a wide variety of high performance organisations, including the National Institute of Circus Arts, Motorcycling Australia in their Elite Performance Academy and on their national circuits, Melbourne Storm NRL team, and Vicentre Swimming Club. She continues to present nationally and internationally at sporting conferences and to corporate organisations.

Affiliated Clinics
Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre
Topics
Assessment/measurement in sport
Depression
Eating disorders
Grief & loss
Leadership
Life transition & adjustment issues
Life/personal coaching
Motivation in sport
Pain management
Performance management
Personality disorders
Rehabilitation/injury counselling
Relationships
Relaxation
Self-esteem & self development
Self-harm
Sport performance anxiety
Stress management
Weight management
Workplace/executive coaching

Practice Locations

Melbourne

Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre
AAMI PARK
60 Olympic Boulevard
Melbourne VIC 3004 
Australia
1300 859 887
03 9420 4352