Sonder Clinical Psychology is a practice collectively managed by clinical psychologists and clinical psychology registrars who are supportive and highly proficient. We are committed to providing a warm, collaborative, and confidential therapeutic environment, as well as, utilising treatments that are effective and scientifically validated. To book an initial consultation or if you have any queries, please contact your preferred practitioner through the contact form found on their individual profile and they will get back to you as soon as possible. Please check your spam or junk mail folder if you do not receive an email.



Adult, Adolescent, and Child Therapy - Tuesday & Wednesday

Anagha is a warm and empathetic clinical psychologist who is proficient in delivering treatment to children, adolescents, and adults. Her approach is collaborative where she provides evidence-based therapy tailored to best suit you. She aims to create a safe space for reflection and processing of various life concerns, whilst providing clients with skills to improve independent coping and live a fulfilling life. 

Anagha has experience in treating diverse mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, behavioural difficulties, interpersonal difficulties, perfectionism, and navigating various life stressors. She draws from different therapy modalities including cognitive-behaviour therapy, schema therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Furthermore, she draws from her work at Royal Far West; utilising play therapy, family systems therapy, and behavioural family interventions for children and adolescents. Her previous work at the Cumberland Anxiety Unit as a clinician and at UNSW as a lecturer informs her clinical practice, especially when working with individuals experiencing anxiety.



Adult Therapy - Monday

Sarah is an empathetic and supportive clinical psychologist who values working with adults seeking to overcome psychological difficulties and live a fulfilling and meaningful life. She is skilled in providing treatment for a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, stress, adjustment, depression, grief and loss, low self-esteem, and perfectionism.

She takes a collaborative approach to therapy, tailoring evidence-based treatments to address each client’s unique needs and concerns. She utilises multiple therapeutic modalities, including acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, compassion-focused therapy, and schema therapy, amongst other therapeutic approaches. 

In addition, Sarah draws from her work as a clinical psychologist at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. Here, Sarah works with cancer patients and their families as they face a range of clinical issues, such as adjusting to diagnosis, survivorship and fear of recurrence, or end-of-life care. 

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Adult and Adolescent Therapy - Thursday

Ashley is a warm and grounded clinical psychology registrar who helps clients to practically manage challenges they face and improve their wellbeing. He works with adults and adolescents facing mood and anxiety disorders, interpersonal and relationship challenges, grief and loss, perfectionism, substance and behavioural addictions such as gambling, and adult ADHD.

He has gained diverse clinical experience working in settings including telehealth clinics, community-based disability services, and non-profit organisations. He draws on a flexible combination of evidence-based treatment modalities to tailor therapy to his clients’ individual needs, including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, schema therapy, mindfulness, and motivational interviewing.


Ashley also draws from his work on sleep issues at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, as well as his master’s degree research on social anxiety and substance use to inform his clinical practice. His clinical work and research help him to adapt treatment to address his clients’ complex needs in an integrated way.



Adult Therapy - Monday & Tuesday  |  Supervision - Wednesday

Eileen is a highly proficient clinical psychologist who provides a warm, supportive environment for adult clients to learn strategies designed for a more fulfilled life. She delivers highly effective treatment for anxiety, stress, and perfectionism, as well as, a wide range of emotional and life issues, where therapy is tailored to your needs. She also provides clinical supervision for adult therapy.

She utilises an evidence-based approach by drawing upon treatment modalities, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, schema therapy, compassion-focussed therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy, amongst others. She is highly adept at using a myriad of therapeutic approaches in an integrated manner, which she gained from years of experience in diverse environments, ranging from private practice, university, hospital and community settings.

Eileen also draws from her PhD research on perfectionism at the University of Sydney to inform her clinical practice, particularly when working with clients negatively impacted by unrelenting standards. 



Adult Therapy - Research Leave | Not Taking New Referrals

Dharani values working collaboratively with adult clients to assist them in taking an active role to overcome their psychological concerns. She has particular clinical interest and expertise in treating adult clients with anxiety and post-traumatic stress.   

As a clinical psychologist, Dharani’s approach focusses on providing best-practice science-based treatments that is sensitive to her clients’ needs. She primarily practices within a cognitive behavioural therapy framework, and draws from several modalities such as schema therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy to complement treatment.
Dharani draws from her work as a research fellow at UNSW's School of Psychology, clinician at the Traumatic Stress Clinic, and consultant at the World Health Organisation to further inform her clinical practice. She completed a PhD focussed on investigating the role of physical exercise in emotional memories, with clinical applications to improve treatments for anxiety and traumatic stress.