Psychologist - GradDipPsychSc, BPsychSc(Hons), MProfPsych, MProfPsychPr
Prior to joining the team at Stirling Psychology, Sarah worked in military, medical and health settings. Her experience includes her role as
a medical officer overseeing the mental health and medical care of military personnel, and in the private sector providing direct support to
individuals with a range of physical and mental health presentations.
Committed to her professional development and ongoing learning Sarah completed her postgraduate studies in psychology where she gained
experience working in clinical, educational and forensic settings providing consultation, and guidance on the development of strategies and
policies for law enforcement, criminal and justice departments and specialist government agencies.
Sarah has a particular interest in working with clients who have experienced grief and trauma, as well as providing individual and
group-based interventions for individuals with multiple mental health needs. Sarah offers support to adults and adolescents experiencing a
range of mental health difficulties including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship issues (couples, parent-child), trauma and
She is a warm and compassionate psychologist who brings insight and experience to the therapeutic relationship. Her range of experience includes working with individuals impacted by childhood adversity, grief and trauma, interpersonal and relationship stress, life transition and adjustment difficulties, and self-esteem and confidence issues.