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.
Tania Djipalo is an industry-accredited Psychotherapist working with individuals and
couples. Tania has a Masters in Gestalt Psychotherapy, a Diploma of Counselling, a
certificate in Emotionally Focussed Therapy (EFT) for couples and a certificate in
Trauma-Informed Expressive Therapies.
Tania has been working in the community sector since 2014, firstly as a Telephone
Counsellor with Lifeline, she then went on to complete a Diploma in Counselling and
then a Masters in Gestalt Psychotherapy. Tania has also worked with The Family
Centre in schools co-facilitating the Real Skills Program and with Heartfelt House as
a Group Facilitator. Additionally, Tania has worked in private practice as a
Psychotherapist since 2017.
Tania 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.
Tania has been in a long-term relationship for 23 years and has two children. Tania
brings enthusiasm, wholeheartedness, warmth and care to her work, she supports
personal growth for individuals and couples, that will foster deepening healthy
relationships to yourself and the other.