Associate Professor Jessica Paterson is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of research experience in the field of sleep, fatigue, mental health and psychopathology. A/Prof Paterson has expertise in the relationship between sleep, wake and work history, particularly for adolescents and young adults, and in the intersect between trauma and sleep – across the lifespan, as well as for anyone who routinely experiences both trauma exposure and sleep disturbance, e.g., emergency service workers.
Jessica has extensive experience working with the health care and emergency services industries and has worked as a researcher at the Queensland University of Technology, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research (RPA Hospital, Sydney), the Laboratory of Human Chronobiology at Cornell University (NY), and the Appleton Institute at CQUniversity.
B. Psych(Hons), M. Psych (Clinical), Ph.D
Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) endorsed Clinical Psychologist PSY0002028792
Advanced Training in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Research Leader in Sleep in Young People - University of Queensland and the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia - 2019
Recipient of the Broomhall-Young Clinical Psychology Scholarship, University of South Australia - 2016
UniSA Maurice de Rohan International Scholar - 2009
World Federation of Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine Societies Merit Award - 2007
Placement Coordinator (Clinical Psychology Program)
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