She is a registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS).
Prior to working in private practice, Sarah worked predominately with primary school age children. Sarah is skilled at assessing children’s behavioural presentation and in completing cognitive and academic assessments for diagnosis.
Sarah is known for providing practical and achievable recommendations and therapeutic strategies that can be implemented within a busy household. As a mother to 5 children, she works well in supporting both parents and children toward positive behaviour change and increased family connectedness.
Sarah has specialised skills for working with very young children and is able to offer developmental assessments from infancy. She also has experience working in Child and Family Centres and in Early Childhood Intervention Services.
Sarah is personally and professionally skilled at supporting children with grief, following training principles from Child Bereavement UK. She encourages physical health, including sleep hygiene practices, to support mental health and recovery.
When not working, Sarah will be spending every moment with her husband and young family together in their garden, growing vegetables and interacting with their miniature farm animals. You may also see Sarah and her family supporting community awareness projects in honour of their young son.