Sara is a Registered Psychologist with a Masters Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy. She is also a Board Approved Supervisor providing supportive direction to provisional psychologists towards general registration.
Sara enjoys helping clients develop greater awareness of what may be impacting their emotional wellbeing. She believes knowing what some of the roadblocks to a meaningful life may be, empowers the client to access and utilise their inner strengths and self-knowledge, thus assisting them in the process of successfully managing life challenges.
With experience in Family and Domestic Violence, long term unemployment, and couples conflicts, Sara utilises Evidence-Based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness to assist her clients.
Specialises in the treatment of:
- Anger management
- Addictive behaviours
- Stress management
- Sleep dysfunctions
- Relationship and communication difficulties
Can also help with:
- Grief and loss
- Child/parent conflict
- Pain management
Sara’s Mental Health Tip:
Pay attention to the “building blocks of wellbeing” (sleep, nutrition, exercise, stress management, thoughts and relationships). Aiming to achieve a good balance of the 6 components is great for optimal mental health. Although it may seem at first glance there are too many areas to focus on, let me assure it can be done, and the benefits outweigh the discomfort of changing some unhelpful patterns and habits.