Sarah has experience supporting adults with mental health presentations to improve their psychological wellbeing and return to work. She has also provided Employee Assistance Program services and health coaching, demonstrating her understanding of workplace challenges and mental health impacts on job performance. Prior to this role, Sarah volunteered in a role that involved helping individuals in crisis and providing emotional support. Sarah is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology. Her training includes providing assessments and diagnoses for a range of presentations, such as attention deficit hyperactive disorder, autism spectrum disorder, and learning difficulties. Sarah also has experience providing interventions to assist with cognitive functioning, including organisation, memory, mental fatigue, and focus and attention management. She draws from a variety of treatment approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Motivational Interviewing, allowing her to tailor her interventions to meet individual needs.
What Sarah loves about working in mental health
“I really love the privilege of being able to work alongside my clients in their recovery. Working as a team and setting goals together to work towards is really important to me.”