Sarah is an accredited counsellor and supervisor with over ten years’ experience
Sarah is an accredited counsellor and supervisor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia, Queensland Counsellors Association and Australian Association of Supervision. Sarah’s extensive experience involves working with individuals, couples, families, youth and supervising counsellors nationally.
Sarah has worked in the field of counselling and psychotherapy since 2001 within private, NGO and Tertiary Education sectors, including 7 years with a leading Australian Health Retreat.
She also has over ten years’ experience working as a Relationship Counsellor for Relationships Australia, where she has worked with hundreds of couples with a broad range of relationship issues, including couples from the LGBTIQ+ community. In addition, Sarah has worked extensively with trauma, loss and grief, workplace and life stress, depression and anxiety, and other mental health issues. Sarah brings a warm, non-judgemental and compassion-focused approach, working collaboratively with all her clients to support them to reach their desired outcomes through a range of therapeutic approaches.
“The deeper the mud, the more beautiful the lotus blooms.”
How I Can Help
It’s my goal to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we’ll work to achieve the goal together
Sarah has over 8 years experience in providing supervision for a large NGO and in private practice.
It is often in our intimate relationships, that our most difficult interpersonal conflicts arise.
Confidential help for the things we may struggle with, such as personal growth, development and the meaning in life.
Around one in five people will experience feeling depressed at some point in their life.
Stress can affect many aspects of our lives such as our work performance and relationships.
Grief is most often thought of in relation to the death of a loved one, but it can also relate to any kind of loss.
Trauma & PTSD
The effects of the trauma can persist even if the events happened a long time ago.
A person experiencing anxiety often has persistent negative and distressing thoughts.
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Let’s work towards your goal together