Sarah believes that it is within the context of our relationships where we experience some of our greatest learning about life and ourselves, and therapy is one avenue in which we can do this.
Her approach as a therapist acknowledges the importance of the relationship between client and therapist as a vehicle toward change. The therapeutic relationship can provide a safe space in which to explore thoughts and feelings, while generating strategies to manage those that are distressing.
Sarah has been working in mental health since 2004. She sees a range of people seeking help and support in a variety of areas: anxiety, depression, relationship problems, sexual difficulties, sleep, intrusive thoughts, life crisis, stress, gay/lesbian/transgender issues, substance use and addictions, grief, trauma, adjustment to change and transitions, emotions that feel out of control.