Imogen Sartor

Imogen works with adults, adolescents and children with various presentations, including mood issues, anxiety, personality disorders and other complex presentations. She has experience with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based approaches to therapy as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and both EMDR and DBT skills. 

Imogen has a warm and compassionate approach to psychotherapy, with the aim of making people feel comfortable and at ease. She is passionate about supporting people to discover their joy and to make progress towards their goals in therapy. 

Imogen has worked predominantly within NGO and public health settings across NSW, the ACT and QLD. She has worked as a psychologist in crisis and outreach settings, in community mental health and within hospital settings. She believes her experience working across various settings in public mental health has helped her to adopt a flexible and adaptive approach to therapy that is tailored to the individual and their needs.  

Imogen completed her study to become a psychologist in regional NSW. She studied her Bachelor of Psychology at Charles Sturt University before completing a Masters of Professional Psychology in 2018 and later gaining general registration as a psychologist. 

In her spare time, Imogen has a love for all things travel and adventure. She enjoys connecting with people of all walks of life and exploring new destinations. Imogen believes her time travelling solo and with others all over the world has brought much growth, gratitude and appreciation for people of all cultures, as well as a flexible approach to life and the challenges we all face. 

Outside of the therapy room, you will most likely find Imogen enjoying yoga, trying a new hobby, painting, dancing and spending time with loved ones. 

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