Meet The Team
Clinical Psychologist, Clinic Director, & Clinical Lecturer
"I can help you to understand how your brain works, make sense of your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, relationships, challenges and the direction you're heading in.
And most importantly, let's work out what we can do to help you live a happier, healthier and meaningful life"
Who Do I Work With?
I work with adults experiencing a range of issues, but my particular current focuses are now trauma, PTSD and any problems in the perinatal period or issues with parenting.
Therapeutic Approaches I'm Into:
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) - For PTSD, traumatic memories, phobias
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Check out this little vid)
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
Neuroplasticity (helping your brain to rewire itself)
And a touch of Hypnotherapy, if you're into it ;)
Connect with me now for a psychology session in Rosny, on the Eastern Shore, in Hobart or online too!
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Sarah is a registered clinical psychologist with over 10 years’ experience working as a clinician, supervisor, consultant, and facilitator across various settings including universities, not-for-profit, public, and private sectors.
Sarah uses practical, strength-based approaches with her clients, drawing primarily on cognitive behavioural therapy and positive psychology frameworks. She builds rapport easily with her clients, utilising a warm and collaborative therapeutic style to help clients achieve their mental health and well being goals.
Sarah is available to work with adult clients experiencing a range of issues including, anxiety, depressed mood, stress, work-related stressors and challenges, and sleep difficulties.
Sarah also has a PhD (Management) and is a senior lecturer at the University of Tasmania. She applies her training and experience in mental health to her research and teaching in workplace mental health and well being.
Sarah currently serves as a director on the Relationships Australia (Tasmania) board and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
“I am committed to helping you achieve the changes you want in a collaborative and non-judgemental space."
It is my hope, that you feel safe, understood and empowered throughout therapy. We'll work together to help you achieve positive and lasting changes in your life in order to live a more fulfilling and engaged life.
My experience includes: working in university settings, private practice and NGO’s with clients across all ages.
Therapeutic approaches I use include cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness based therapy.
I have a special interest in working with clients experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, adjustment issues and sleep difficulties.
Samantha is a registered psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society. She uses a range of evidence-based treatment models including:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Elements of Schema Therapy.
Samantha will be taking limited evening and Saturday appointments to assist clients who have difficulty attending appointments during the weekday. She is also taking referrals from insurance companies such as MAIB or workers compensation and has a special interest in workplace stress.
Samantha is particularly interested in working with adult clients experiencing anxiety, depression, workplace stress and sleep issues as well as individuals attending psychology appointments for the first time.
Prior to engaging in clinical psychology study, Samantha spent over 20 years working across a range of industries domestically and abroad, most recently in senior welfare management. She is also an experienced group facilitator and has developed several mental health and resilience programs for individuals and organisations in Hobart.
Alexandra has a passion for helping people and enjoys working collaboratively with clients to help them achieve positive change in their lives.
Alexandra is available and committed to treating adults and older adolescents with a range of concerns. She can help support you if you are experiencing anxiety, depression, personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, adjustment disorder, stress and sleep difficulties.
Alexandra uses cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and elements of positive psychology to help you through the difficulties you are facing.
Richard is a registered psychologist, clinical psychology registrar and member of the Australian Psychological Society. He brings a warm and empathic approach to working with his clients, aiming to address their difficulties in a collaborative and non-judgmental manner.
Richard has an interest in working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety and more chronic interpersonal problems. He favours an integrated approach to psychotherapy, blending elements of cognitive-behavioural, emotion-focused and interpersonal psychotherapy that are tailored to his client’s individual needs in an effort to improve their mental health and general wellbeing.
Please note, Richard is currently only available on Fridays and does not complete medico-legal assessments or reports.
Rhylee is a registered psychologist working with us two days a week. Rhylee aims to create a collaborative and open approach to therapy. She has experience in both individual and group based therapy, utilising therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness based therapy.
She is interested in working with clients experiencing depressed mood, stress, anxiety, sleep difficulties and relationship difficulties. Rhylee also has a strong interest in working with neurodiverse clients and the LBGTQIA+ community.
Rhylee sees clients over the age of 18, and some adolescents (14-18) on a case by case basis. Please contact our admin team to discuss adolescent referrals.
Alice is a provisionally registered psychologist currently completing her Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree at the University of Tasmania. Alice has also completed a Masters of Professional Psychology.
Alice uses a collaborative, warm, and supportive approach to helping clients. Alice uses therapeutic approaches, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to help clients to reach their personal goals.
She is interested in working with clients experiencing anxiety, depressed mood, stress, and chronic health conditions.
Chloe is a registered psychologist and clinical registrar.
She aims to provide a safe and relaxed space for teenagers and adults experiencing anxiety and panic, low mood, stress, relationship issues, and difficulty recognising and regulating emotions.
She uses evidence based, therapeutic approaches such as CBT, ACT, solution focused therapy and
elements of DBT, to work along-side you to achieve your goals and work towards a happier, more
fulfilling life. She enjoys working with people who are new to seeing a psychologist and have yet to
experience all the benefits of psychological support.
She also has experience working with children, teenagers and families in school settings and is
available to conduct cognitive and academic assessment on a case by case basis.
Admin coverage can vary but generally admin hours are: