Sarah (she/her) is a clinical psychologist and EMDR therapist who is passionate about helping people to solve life’s problems and live a meaningful life. She is particularly interested in working with individuals with PTSD and Complex PTSD, and in helping clients to understand and heal from shame and abuse. Her experience includes supporting people with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, grief and loss, trauma, addiction and transition difficulties.
Sarah uses a person-centred holistic approach, and is enthusiastic, warm and accepting. She acknowledges and focuses on people’s innate strengths, and values the creation of a safe space where people feel comfortable being vulnerable. Sarah is flexible and collaborative and draws from a range of evidence-based psychological therapies to best support the client, including: EMDR, Interpersonal Therapy, Person-centred, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Sarah enjoys laughing and unwinding, enjoying time with family and friends, spending time outdoors or with dogs and trying new restaurants.
Qualifications and Professional Associations
- Master of Psychology (Clinical) – Australian Catholic University
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (Honours) – Deakin University
- Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies – Deakin University
- Registered Clinical Psychologist with the AHPRA Psychology Board
- Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Literary Studies (Deakin University)
Sarah sees clients on Wednesday, Thursdays and Fridays, including after-hours.