Sally O'Brien is a fully registered Clinical Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and she is a member of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society. Sally has worked in a variety of clinical contexts for over 20 years, including community settings, rural and remote health and for the last 17 years in private practice. She has focused on working primarily with adults from a wide variety of backgrounds. She completed her four-year undergraduate at Monash University in 1998, followed by a Masters in Clinical Psychology in 2003 from James Cook University. Sally maintains a high standard of clinical practice, continually updating on current knowledge and techniques in the clinical and counselling fields. Sally is originally from the UK but has lived in Australia for over 30 years.
Sally is committed to using evidence-based techniques to assist clients. Sally has interest in a number of areas including, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, fertility, and life transition issues including career change, separation and divorce, “empty nest’ syndrome, adjustment to injury and illness, post-military adjustment and relocation. Sally strives to provide a helpful and meaningful experience for her clients, tailoring her approach according to the client’s own personality, social, cultural, interpersonal needs, and goals. She aims to assist clients to make changes important to them based on their own values and life view.