Dr Sarah Liddle is a supportive and compassionate clinical psychologist. Sarah is passionate about empowering people to live rich, full, and meaningful lives, and to develop confidence and skills to manage the fluctuations and uncertainties of life. Sarah values the unique experience and expertise people have in their own lives. Therefore, treatment goals are formulated collaboratively. Sarah then supports and guides her clients to develop insight and understanding around the difficulties they are experiencing and to identify their inner strengths to bring about the change they want to see in their lives.
Sarah completed her clinical psychology degree in 2019, and her PhD (Clinical Psychology) in 2021. She has experience working with a range of difficulties including anxiety, panic attacks, stress, depression, anger, trauma, grief, and attachment and relationship problems. Sarah has most recently worked as a perinatal psychologist – working with expecting and new parents, or those experiencing grief, navigate the dynamic challenges that come with this life-stage.
Sarah approaches her work with clients through an attachment lens, working from a person-centred therapeutic framework. She has experience in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, mindfulness-based treatments, positive psychology, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). These approaches provide important skills and promote alternative perspectives to life’s problems and discomforts.
What types of clients does Sarah work with?
Sarah works with adults and adolescents and has a variety of clinical interests, including depression, anxiety, attachment issues, grief, mental health literacy and the dynamic relationship between sport and mental wellbeing.
Sarah has an interest in working with anxiety in the context of relationships, sport, and performance.
Sarah is a registered Medicare Provider.
Sarah is an Endorsed Clinical Psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the Australian Clinical Psychology Association.