Since 2008, Sara Goldie has supported people from across the Northern Rivers of NSW and beyond through her highly-regarded private clinical psychology practice in Bangalow.
In 2018, she moved to new premises in the heart of the village, establishing Bangalow Clinical Psychology.
At the practice, she has been joined by a team of experienced, postgraduate-trained therapists. This group of psychologists and psychotherapists are highly motivated in offering an informed, integrated and progressive approach to psychological therapy.
We seek to make therapy accessible and authentic for every client. We do this by creating a safe, professional and confidential therapeutic space that invites people to find harmony and effectiveness in their life and relationships.
We practice a human approach to therapy. Scroll down to learn more about who we are.
SARA GOLDIE Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist Practice Principal
Sara brings her astute and intuitive clinical skills together with her warmth and sensitivity to benefit every client.
She holds a First Class Honours Degree in Psychology, a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, and a Masters Degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy. She has advanced postgraduate training in mindfulness practices, psychodynamic psychotherapy and clinical hypnosis and over 15 years of clinical experience.
Prior to setting up private practice in NSW, Sara worked clinically for several years in community mental health services and hospitals in WA and taught psychology at university.
Her therapeutic influences are diverse, incorporating formal training and her ongoing exploration of deeper healing modalities. Her approach is also informed by her own life experience, including several years of her own personal therapy. Her focus has always been exploring what it means to be human, supporting her clients to live full and meaningful lives. She works to empower you to develop positive self-regard and acceptance, to connect with your inner wisdom and to uncover personal resources to create fresh ways to live life with meaning, connection and fulfillment.
Fully registered as a Psychologist with Clinical Endorsement with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority (AHPRA)
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Fellow of the APS Clinical College
Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA)
Registered with Medicare and Private Health Funds
DR AMY BLOXHAM Psychologist
Amy combines her compassion and belief in her clients’ ability to grow with extensive professional expertise and commitment.
Highly skilled, she holds a Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology. Working both in the UK and in Australia, she brings over 13 years clinical experience in the public and private mental health sectors.
Prior to working in private practice in NSW, Amy specialised in acute mental health crises for Queensland Health and previous to that, she worked in Harley Therapy, London.
Amy supports those whom she works with to face various challenges, which can range from mild to complex. She works with both adults and adolescents who have experienced psychosis, anxiety and phobias, OCD, Bipolar Affective Disorder, self-harm, depression, personality disorders, eating disorders, PTSD and complex trauma.
Amy prides herself engaging and developing therapeutic relationships with those from varying backgrounds, economic, spiritual and cultural experiences, and with those who identify as LGBTQI. She works with individuals, groups, couples, families and supervises other clinicians.
She works with you so you have greater understanding, feel more in control and can adjust to life's journey in a way that feels more fulfilled and whole.
Fully registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority (AHPRA).