Sarah Joyce is a clinical psychologist and trauma therapist with close to 20 years experience in the field. She currently works in her own private practice and as a consultant clinician for the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder program for war veterans at the Geelong Clinic.
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology and Criminology at Melbourne University, and her Master of Clinical Psychology at Latrobe University in Melbourne. She began her career in psychology in trainee roles at Heidelberg Repatriation General Hospital, Forensic Psychiatry Services, Brunswick Road Clinic, and at the East Bentleigh Community Health Centre. It is here that she stayed for five years and developed a strong interest in working with victims of trauma. Sarah has continued to work in this area as a Sessional Consultant Psychologist and as a Senior Psychologist and clinician at the the well known Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA).
Sarah has experience supervising post-graduate students, has been a member of the Human Ethics Committee at Latrobe University and is a member of the Australian Psychological Societies Working group on Ethical Guidelines for Recovered memories. Sarah also happened to be my clinical supervisor whilst I was doing my masters at Deakin University, and it is an absolute gift to have her on the show.
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Hollie Laver has been a registered psychologist since 2009 and is currently the Clinical Coordinator of the Barwon Health Eating Disorders Unit. She has over 7 years experience in mental health triage, crisis and continuing care treatment in adult and youth community mental health.
Hollie completed her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Honours in 2006 at Deakin University, and worked as a provisional psychologist at Ballarat Psychiatric Services to gain her full registration. She is currently completing her Master of Clinical Psychology at Deakin University. Hollie works in the field of eating disorders and mainly with youth.
Her primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) where she has completed advanced professional training through Orygen Youth Health. She also regularly attends the Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) for further training and seminars.
Hollie is a passionate advocate for the delivery of quality health services to young people.
Visit the website to check out all the links that Hollie spoke about and her best self-care tip for early career psychologists.
Welcome to We All Wear it Differently, a podcast for early career psychologists. This is a welcome message and some background information about why I've started this podcast and what I'm hoping you'll all get out of it!
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