Windsor Child and Adolescent Psychology is a Hobart based private psychology practice offering evidence based treatments for a range of mental health concerns affecting children, adolescents and young adults.
Our dedicated team, share a passion for working together with young people and their families to initiate positive change. We offer a range of services including, anxiety management, behavioural support, developmental assessment, social skills training, and problem solving.
At Windsor Child and Adolescent Psychology, we believe every child is unique and our mission is to deliver high quality psychological services in order to enhance your young person’s resilience and ability to meet their true potential
Our reception is available to answer questions and take appointments Monday to Friday 9am – 5.00pm
Our mission is to provide high quality, evidence-based care to children, adolescents, young adults and their families. We strive to provide a warm, nurturing, compassionate, non-judgmental family-oriented environment that allows for the development of our best selves.
We share a passion for helping every young person to thrive.
Sarah completed Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Honours, and Masters of Developmental and Educational Psychology at the University of Tasmania. After graduating she worked at the Victims of Crime Service supporting people through trauma and within schools as a school psychologist. Since 2003, she has worked with children and adolescents and is passionate about supporting them to achieve the best outcomes.
Sarah’s interest areas include the assessment of learning disorders, the needs of gifted students, anxiety and depression, tic disorders, grief and loss. Outside of work Sarah enjoys time with her two girls, gardening and taking care of her crazy food obsessed Labrador Winnie.
Cara completed her Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology, followed by the Masters of Clinical Psychology at the University of Tasmania. After graduating, Cara has worked in private practice with both adolescents, children and adults and has also worked within schools.
During her practice Cara has developed special interest in working with young people and their families to address a range of needs including anxiety, anger, adjustment difficulties, depression and sleep disturbance. Cara is passionate about working together with young people and their caregivers to provide individualised treatment programs to assist children and adolescents in building their resilience and reaching their true potential.
Outside of work Cara enjoys cooking and spending time with her family and friends. Cara has two small children, and spends many hours out and about at local parks wearing them and her over-excitable retriever out.
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) at the Australian National University and graduated with a first class honours in 2012. Sarah then went on to complete her Master of Clinical Psychology at the University of Canberra and graduated in 2014. Throughout her studies, Sarah conducted research in the field of body image and eating disorders, and her research findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Throughout her clinical experience, Sarah has developed a passion for working with children, adolescents and young adults. Since 2011, Sarah has supported youth in a variety of clinical roles by working with a number of organisations such as Headspace, OzChild, Mental Illness Education, and Aspire Early Intervention.
Sarah’s interest areas include eating disorders and body image, anxiety, depression, autism, and the assessment of learning disorders.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys walking and snuggling with her dog and getting in touch with her Italian roots in the kitchen.
Louise completed her Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences and Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours at the University of Tasmania. Louise has worked in a diverse range of roles focused on supporting children, adolescents and their families. Before coming to Windsor Psychology, Louise worked in leadership positions in out-of-home care and a homeless shelter for young people. Most recently, she was managing a pilot program with a multidisciplinary team specialising in early childhood development, intensive family support & school readiness.
Louise’s special interest areas are attachment, recovery from trauma, adjusting to change, emotional regulation, and social skills. She loves to work collaboratively to allow children to reach their potential & be surrounded by the best possible support and understanding. Outside of work Louise loves cooking, art & travel.
Sarah has a background in hospitality and business administration, as well as experience in managing a hairdressing salon which she owns with her husband.
She loves interacting with people and makes every effort to provide a relaxed and comfortable environment for all clients of the practice.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys instructing barre classes, reading and going to the gym. She has three daughters who never stop talking so, she will often be found hiding in coffee shops to escape their constant chatter!