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Jhailyne de Guzman

Provisional Psychologist

Hey there! My name is Jaie, and when I'm not working or parenting, I like to do absolutely nothing. A cold, dark room is my idea of bliss. Unfortunately for neurodivergent people, the real world often forces us out of our safe spaces and into uncomfortable, demanding, and overwhelming sensory and social situations.

I am on a journey of continually learning to balance the demands of having a neurodivergent brain and body while also being expected to work, parent and interact with other people. If the real world makes you feel anxious-af, I'd be honoured to help you on your journey towards understanding yourself and working out what you need to be comfortbale in the world. 

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Home state: VIC

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I love music - I love to sing and perform. Something that makes me feel so excited and alive. In my free time, I spend exercising and with my family. I love to study and learn about natural disasters! Geekiest thing - playing Pokémon uncontrollably for extended periods of time. 

Here are 3 things I believe with all my heart to be true:​

  1. Having the right people to support us means we have a chance for better outcomes

  2. The world is not well equipped to support neurodiversity! There’s still a long way to go.

  3. Life isn’t about what you achieve or accomplish - it’s about the moments you feel alive.



  • The standard consultation fee for a 50-minute appointment with Jaie is $170. This applies to all clients, including privately paying clients and NDIS clients who are self-managed.

  • Fees for NDIS plan-managed clients are as per the NDIS price guide in your state for counsellors.

  • No Medicare or health fund rebates are available for appointments with Jaie.

  • You can read our Fees and Rebates page for more information.


  • Jaie works with us on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.​

  • Jaie's wait list is estimated to be around 1 to 2 months. This is only a rough estimate; our waitlists can be fluid, and sometimes there is movement, which means we might be able to offer you an earlier appointment that pops up.

  • While you are waiting, we encourage you to ask us to put you on Jaie's 'cancellation list' so we can contact you if there are any cancelled appointments we need to fill. This can help us get you into the earliest possible appointment.

  • By booking and attending an appointment with Very Helpful Chats, you agree to our Business Terms and Conditions that can be found on this page of our website.​

What happens now?

  • Please contact the Very Helpful Chats admin team to join Jaie's wait list by filling in the Very Helpful Chats contact form or emailing us at

  • After you get in touch with us, our dedicated admin team will send you our brief 'waitlist and matching intake form'. This form is designed to gather basic information about your needs to make sure we can offer you the service you need. This form also helps us match you with a clinician who has the skills and experience to meet your needs.

  • Once we are able to offer you an appointment, we will send you a second intake form. This form goes into greater detail and aims to gather more specific information about your history and current situation to enable your allocated clinician to better prepare for your appointment.

  • ​​As part of the second intake form, we also request your credit card, debit card, or Paypal details. Rest assured that we take card security seriously, and your details are stored securely on our client management system, Halaxy. This security measure helps us prevent theft and fraud. No one at Very Helpful Chats will have access to your card details. If you have any concerns or questions regarding the security of your card details, we encourage you to read more about Halaxy's card security here: Halaxy Card Security FAQs

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