Sarah Rawson



Sarah has worked in the field of youth work, community development and counselling for the last 24 years. Sarah started as a youth worker working with homeless young people, moved into community development and youth crime prevention projects, and continued to follow her calling working with young people as a trauma and crisis counsellor. Sarah has also worked as a sexual assault counsellor, college counsellor in an educational setting and an assessor for counselling students. Sarah is also registered as a Clinical Supervisor with the Australian Counselling Association. She considers working with young people, their families,  workers and carers to be a great privilege and considers her clients to be some of her greatest teachers. Sarah is committed to walking along side any person who is doing the brave work of turning within and facing vulnerabilities, to find strength and healing.

Bachelor of Arts (Humanities), Master of Letters (Welfare Studies), Grad Dip of Counselling (Grief and Loss)