Live WebinarsPractice of PsychotherapyThe Internet in PracticeGroup TherapyJungian AnalysisThe Conversational ModelSelf PsychologyNotions of SelfBrief Interpersonal Therapies Dialectical Behaviour TherapyCognitive Behavioural TherapyAccept. & Commit. TherapyProcess Oriented PsychologyNarrative TherapyPositive PsychotherapyGestalt TherapyReality Therapy PsychoanalysisCounsellingAttachmentFamily TherapyCouple Therapy Child and AdolescentEMDRBody Oriented TherapiesTranspersonal PsychotherapyAdvances in NeurosciencePsychopharmacologyGeneral Practice PhenomenologyAppreciative InquiryDreams and DreamingShamanic HealingArt TherapyMindfulnessYoga and TherapyExistential TherapyPsychosophyRefugee TraumaCross-Cultural ApproachesIndigenous CultureTestimonial TherapyReligion and SpiritualityKinesiologyAcupunctureExercise and Mental HealthHospitalisationNurses & Mental HealthSocial WorkForensic psychologyPatient & Client PerspectiveEthicsPhilosophy and the mindTributesEditors ReviewResources

Sarah Horsfield


B.Sc (Psych), PGDip (Psych), MPsych (Clin), Clinical Psychologist Registrar, Lifestyle Clinic, University of New South Wales.

Sarah is a part-time Clinical Psychologist at the Fatigue Clinic. She has completed a Master of Clinical Psychology (with Distinction) at the University of Wollongong and has also completed studies at Macquarie University and the University of Sydney. Sarah has experience treating children, adolescents and adults in both individual and group settings. She has special interest in assessing and providing treatment for eating disorders, depression and related mood disorders, anxiety disorders, sleep and coping difficulties.

Sarah also conducts research and clinical work assessing the benefits of group-based psychological interventions for persons with obesity and eating disorders. She is currently involved in research at the Fatigue Clinic investigating the relationship between motivation and treatment amongst patients with post-cancer fatigue and post-viral fatigue. Sarah has a warm and empathetic approach and values the importance of applying evidence-based principles to her clinical work.


Sarah Horsfield
Sarah Horsfield


Title Column sortedPublished Sort column
Development of an optimised, multi-disciplinary intervention for chronic fatigue states.2014



Login Here
$19.95 - Unlimited Access
$99.75 - Save 1 Month
$149.95 - Save 3 Months
Australia Society for Psychological MedicineANZAPWorld Council for PyschtherapyPACFABrisbane Institute of Strength Base PraticeISHHR - International Society for Health and Human RightWAS - World Association for Sexual HealthMissing of HopeAABCAPSTARTTSANSA