Olivia Sack

Olivia Sack


BA Hons (Psych), M Psych
Grad Dip Career Development
Member AAPI

Olivia is a registered Psychologist with extensive experience within both private practice and corporate environments. Olivia completed her Masters Degree in Psychology in 2003 with a focus on organisational behaviour and work-life balance.

With specialised skills in corporate consultancy including career transition, the management of work-related stress and bullying, leadership coaching, and mental wellbeing in the workplace. Olivia transitioned into private practice a decade ago as she enjoyed working with individuals to understand their struggles more deeply, and to navigate a path to greater happiness and self-empowerment.

Olivia has a warm and compassionate approach to working with her clients, and she pays close attention to respectfully and curiously understanding her clients within their current context and at a deeper level. She provides a safe space to explore her client’s concerns in a collaborative manner, and is focused upon achieving growth and change, assisting her clients to access their inner resourcefulness, and to find a space to feel safe, connected and fulfilled.

Olivia has a special interest in assisting clients who experience anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties and low self-esteem. She works with her clients to find a way through life transitions including grief and loss, becoming a parent, relationship conflict, and career transitions. Olivia uses a holistic approach including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Schema Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Mindfulness.

Olivia is an accredited TRTP practitioner.

Areas of Interest

• Depression
• Anxiety
• Stress
• Adjustment Disorder
• Self-esteem
• Perinatal and Postnatal Concerns
• Work Stress
• Workplace Conflict
• Career Transition
• Work-life Balance
• Grief and Loss
• Relationship Difficulties


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