Sarah Bergman is a Clinical Psychotherapist and Emotionally Focused individual and couples therapist (EFT). Sarah Bergman has a Masters in Gestalt Psychotherapy, specialised training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and individuals, and a Diploma of Applied Science (Community and Human Services). Sarah has been in the social work field since the mid-1990s.
Previously Sarah Bergman has worked for RAPT an organisation in conjunction with The Department of Family Services with at-risk youth; The Smith Family as an Edu-cate officer working with families; Community Corrections as a Community corrections officer working with offenders who presented with a number of issues from addiction, depression, anxiety and trauma; and in the field of Disability services providing support for families.
Sarah is a Clinical Member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and complies with that organisation’s professional ethics and ongoing professional development.
Sarah is also a Clinical Member of ACEFT (Australian Centre for Emotionally Focused Therapy) and ICEEFT (International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy).
Sarah is committed to self-development and undertakes regular professional supervision and continuing professional development.
Sarah is married with four children and understands the many challenges that life presents. Sarah recharges her batteries through yoga/meditation/swimming and likes to balance her life through nature and spending time with family and friends.