Psychology at Southside Clinic is offered by Dr Sally Skewes.

About Sally

For a long time Dr Skewes has been drawn to supporting people with the difficulties and challenges that life can bring. Whether it’s helping someone to get back on their feet after a life setback or working together on lifelong patterns. Through her work she has come to strongly believe that the origins of problematic patterns stem from unmet core emotional needs in childhood.

Dr Skewes values psychological approaches which respond to the individual needs of the client and uses an approach to therapy which integrates Schema Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness Meditation.

Dr Skewes has a special interest in Schema Therapy and is passionate about working with clients presenting with personality disorders and complex needs. She appreciate the opportunity to develop strong therapeutic relationships, whereby we can make sense of life patterns based on an in-depth case conceptualisation. I have a strong interest in increasing accessibility to Schema Therapy using innovative methods including technology and group work.

Dr Skewes has experience working with a wide range of clients presenting with complex difficulties, including anxiety, depression, personality disorders, grief and loss, abuse and trauma, eating disorders and self image, self-esteem and relationship issues. She also has experience working with families of children with autism spectrum disorders. Dr Skewes works with adults, adolescents, school-age children and families.

Dr Skewes holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology and is registered to practice under the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is also registered as a Medicare provider.