Mindscape Psychology provides counselling and psychology services for children, young people, and adults. Mindscape Psychologists understand that at times in our lives we may struggle with some of the challenges that life throws at us. Whether that be dealing with adjustment and change, relationship breakdown, or personal and work life stress. At Mindscape Psychology we will help to give you insight in understanding what is going on for you, what has caused the problem, and what is continuing to maintain the issue.
Our focus is to assist you to utilise your strengths, help you find direction and provide you with practical skills to manage your thoughts, emotions, and circumstances. You will benefit from enhanced wellbeing, increased self-esteem, and resilience. Our therapeutic approaches are person-centred, solution focused, and evidence based.
At Mindscape Psychology, we are registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and the Psychology Board of Australia. This means that we utilise high quality evidence based treatment and follow the Psychologists code of conduct.
Sahra Behardien O’Doherty
Sahra is a registered Psychologist who enjoys the challenges of working with adolescents and young people. Her background is in disability services, and she has extensive experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders, and their families.
Sahra provides holistic, individualised support to clients to help them overcome their everyday stressors and increase their sense of wellbeing and self-esteem. Sahra utilises a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy approach, and incorporates other therapeutic models such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.
Sahra’s interests include anxiety management and stress reduction, working with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, post-traumatic stress, interpersonal and relationship difficulties, women’s health and sexuality issues, and personality disorders.
Joanne is a registered Psychologist and an associate member of the Australian Psychology Society. Joanne has a keen interest in working with adolescents and adults with mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, substance use and dependence, interpersonal and relationship difficulties, and personality disorders. She has a warm, collaborative approach and is passionate about helping others so that they can achieve their full potential in life.
Joanne is trained and experienced in evidence based therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (and mindfulness practices), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Schema Therapy. Not only does Joanne enjoy working with individuals on a one to one basis but she is also an experienced group therapist and a group skills trainer.
Joanne has gained extensive clinical experience working in a variety of settings such as private practice, hospitals, drug/alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation services and employment services.