Sarah is a registered psychologist who has completed a Masters in Counselling Psychology and holds a membership with the Australian Psychological Society. She is a mother to three children and has worked in a school setting as well as in private practice seeing children, adolescents, parents, and adults presenting with a wide range of problems.
Sarah believes each person is a unique individual with the inherent capacity for positive change. She uses a variety of approaches to tap into their strengths and works to empower them to take steps towards their own personal growth. Approaches include, but are not limited to, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioural therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and more recently Logotherapy which sees suffering as an inevitable part of human life that can be embraced as an opportunity for personal development. Sarah is also undergoing training to become a qualified couple’s therapist through the internationally renowned Gottman Institute.
Sarah believes in the power of the human spirit and the need for daily reflection to become a more conscious individual. She enjoys working with mothers, parents and their children, as well as with couples who are presenting with problems associated with, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress.