Sally Gatt is a dedicated Clinical Psychologist who supports individuals, couples, and families to find their path to emotional well-being and healthier relationships. With a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and a background in nursing, Sally brings a unique blend of expertise and empathy to her practice.
Sally has completed postgraduate training in family and relationship therapy. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and is also a member of the Institute of Clinical Psychologists (ICP).
Sally’s passion lies in helping individuals, couples, and families navigate the complexities of relationships and family dynamics. Whether you’re struggling in your relationship, dealing with significant life changes such as childbirth, empty nesting or bereavement, navigating separation, estrangement or stuck in a spiral of conflict Sally offers guidance and support.
Her therapeutic approach is trauma-informed and psychodynamically oriented, with a holistic approach to psychological care. She considers the dynamic interplay between individuals and their environment, self-perception, and past experiences. Sally’s practice is also guided by family systems theory, recognising the interconnectedness of the unit and its impact on relationships, dynamics, and patterns within the family as a whole.
Sally is known for her empathetic, practical, and actively engaging approach. She helps her clients gain insight into their emotions and understand why they feel like they do, recognise the patterns and themes of feelings and struggles that reoccur through their lives. By shedding light on the past she helps clients free themselves from the bond of past experiences so they no longer have to play out in painful ways in their current relationships.
Sally offers private in-person appointments at the clinic and via telehealth to accommodate your needs.
Sally Gatt is here to support you wherever you currently are on your life’s journey.