With a Graduate Diploma in Counselling from the Australian College of Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Education from Melbourne University, membership of the Australian Counselling Association and sixteen years as a volunteer Crisis Supporter on the phones at Lifeline Australia, Sandy brings a broadly-based yet simple approach to mental wellbeing.
Her background includes living in the USA as both a foreign exchange student (in Minnesota) and an expatriate (in Connecticut). After experiencing the effects of chronic illness, infertility, infidelity and divorce (long-term anxiety and depression, including thoughts of suicide), she has learnt that the quality of one’s life is determined by one’s understanding of how life really works...
“Suffering is not good for the soul, unless it teaches you how to stop suffering. That is it's purpose.” Seth
Utilising a unique mind-body-spirit approach based on the important role of Thought, Consciousness and Universal Mind (known as The Three Principles), Sandy also knows that there is always hope, that human beings can never be broken.
Sandy loves working collaboratively with both individuals and couples to help them create the life they’ve imagined. Her thirty years of training, education, work and life experience have given Sandy an intuitive edge, resulting in powerful results for her clients.