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Dr Sarah Griffiths

Clinical Psychologist

BPsySc (Hons), DPsych (Clinical)

Psychology Board of Australia approved Supervisor (Clinical Psychology)

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Sarah is a clinical psychologist who enjoys her work with people. She enjoys forming working relationships with her clients, understanding their concerns, and personalising her care to suit their goals. 


Sarah works with people across the lifespan, but has a particular interest in child, youth and perinatal mental health. Sarah has an interest in the assessment and management of neurodevelopmental diagnoses such as intellectual impairment, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder.


Sarah has extensive experience across a range of settings, including private practice, community mental health services, clinical education, and hospital based paediatrics. In these roles she has conducted a range of developmental assessments and provided intervention for children with neurodiversity and a range of mental health concerns. She has also worked with the child and youth mental health service, assisting young people with complex mental health concerns. Sarah was also part of a team to develop statewide training for mental health practitioners in suicide risk assessment and management and has worked in hospitals providing inpatient and outpatient psychological services to adults. Most recently, Sarah has transitioned to private practice and has been delivering assessment and long term intervention for children and young adults to assist with a range of concerns including mood, anxiety, trauma, behavioural challenges, parenting and attachment challenges, attention and concentration problems, social difficulties and grief and loss.


Sarah works from a variety of therapeutic frameworks, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. She can also provide Triple P and Circle of Security intervention. Sarah is flexible in her approach and believes it is important to individually tailor intervention.


Sarah has completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Griffith University, and Bachelor of Psychological Science from the University of Queensland. Sarah is also a board approved supervisor.

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