Sarah Luskin-Saxby Adolescent, & Adult Psychologist
Sarah Luskin-Saxby Psychologist BA(Spec), MPsych (Couns), MPsych(Clin), MAPSAdolescent and Adult Sarah works out of Upper Coomera on Wednesdays.
Sarah Luskin-Saxby is a Psychologist registered with the Psychology Board of Australia. She holds a Master’s equivalency in Clinical Psychology from Griffith University, an M.A. in Counselling Psychology from McGill University, and a B.A. in Human Relations and Psychology from Concordia University, the latter two in Montreal, Canada. She is currently pursuing a Clinical Psychology PhD at Griffith University.
Sarah has experience with a variety of clinical presentations across the lifespan. She has worked in diverse settings including hospital, acute inpatient mental-health unit, Community Organisations, and University clinics. Driven by a firm belief in life-long, continual learning, growth and development, she is eager to work with a wide range of client presentations.
Her areas of particular interest include:
Depression and Mood Disorders
Perinatal and Postnatal Difficulties
Emotion Regulation Difficulties
Grief and loss
Sarah is trained in several evidence-based intervention modalities, but most commonly draws on theory and techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy.
At the centre of Sarah’s approach to therapy are compassion, creativity, and dedication to evidence-based intervention. She devotes her efforts to creating a supportive, therapeutic and culturally sensitive environment, and to building on people’s strengths to enhance overall wellbeing.
Sarah’s current clinical research explores training and development in evidence-based practice within autism early intervention, with the aim of combating misinformation and fad treatments. Sarah has produced research publications in peer-reviewed academic journals and has presented her research at conferences.