Sarah is a warm, compassionate, and evidence-based therapist who holds a Master of Clinical Psychology from UNSW. She works with parents, children, adolescents, and young adults, and is passionate about working with families.
Sarah works from the belief that early-intervention is key for young people experiencing difficulties, and believes that appropriate evidence-based treatments can help return children and young persons to a typical developmental trajectory. Sarah has received extensive training in Parent Management Training from the Child Behaviour Research Clinic, which produces the latest research on treatments that work for children with behavioural difficulties, such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder. As such, Sarah has seen firsthand the important role that parents play in supporting their children through emotional and behavioural concerns, leading to her approach that puts empowering parents at the center of the therapeutic process.
Sarah also has experience delivering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children, adolescents, and adults, and holds an interest in working with young adults suffering from depression.