Sarah Kezelman

Sarah Kezelman

Clinical Psychologist

B Psych (Hons),
D Clin Psych/MSc

Adolescents,Adults

CLINIC DAYS:

Mon,Thu,Fri

AREAS OF PRACTICE INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Anxiety, Clinical Psychology, Compulsive Behaviour Disorders, Depression, Eating Disorders, Interpersonal Difficulties, Marital / Family and Relationship Issues, Obsessions and Compulsive Behaviour Disorders, Personality Disorders, Recovery from Childhood Trauma / Abuse, Relationship Issues

 SARAH KEZELMAN holds an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of New South Wales, and a combined Doctorate of Clinical Psychology/Masters of Science from the University of Sydney. She is an Associate Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).

Sarah uses an integrative approach to therapy to individually tailor treatment plans that best meet her clients' needs, build on existing strengths and promote personal growth and development. Drawing on diverse psychological approaches, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Schema-Based Therapy, Relational and Mindfulness-based approaches, Sarah focuses on providing a warm and collaborative therapeutic space. She is empathic and considered in her work.

Sarah has worked with adults and adolescents in individual therapy, as well as in groups across a range of private, hospital, and community settings. She has provided clinical assessment and treatment for people experiencing anxiety and depression, as well as for those with difficulties in emotional regulation, life adjustment and self-esteem. Sarah has a particular interest in working with those with eating disorders. She is passionate about providing a holistic treatment that attends to both the psychological and physiological needs of people affected in this way. In support of her clinical work, Sarah's Master's thesis explored the psychological impact of rapid inpatient nutritional rehabilitation for adolescents with anorexia nervosa and has published in the Journal of Eating Disorders.

 

Anxiety Depression Eating Disorders Interpersonal Difficulties Marital Family & Relationship Issues Obsessions & Compulsive Behaviour Disorders Personality Disorders Recovery from Childhood Trauma / Abuse