"The goal of recovery is not to become normal. The goal is to embrace the human vocation of becoming more deeply, more fully human".

Patricia Deegan

Dr Sarah Duncan

Clinical and Health Psychologist


Sarah has 10 years experience working in mental health services supporting adults and families with severe mental health struggles and illnesses. Sarah has a Professional Doctorate is Clinical and Health Psychology.

Sarah uses a recovery framework to support people with meaningful positive change. This incorporates using a range of evidence-based approaches alongside of a person's lived experience. Sarah enjoys working with people with the lived experiences of voices, visions or other phenomena, anxiety, depression, distress or suffering, suicidal ideation or past suicide attempts, relationship or interpersonal struggles and where use of alcohol or other drugs have caused problems in their life.


Sarah also has experience in supporting family members and carers in recognition of their journey along side of their loved one with a lived experience of mental health or other struggles.

For psychologists, Sarah has also been a Board Approved Supervisor since 2013 and has specific interest in supervision and supporting other psychologists and colleagues.

Sarah loves spending time with her family and is the lucky mum of two girls.