Making high quality mental healthcare accessible for everyone

Stacey Sandardos

Stacey is a provisionally registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA) and has been working in the domestic and family violence field since 2014. Stacey has a warm and compassionate nature and provides a safe environment for clients to feel at ease to navigate their concerns, issues, and needs. She works collaboratively with clients to promote self-discovery, new insights, and develop coping strategies and resilience for enhanced emotional well-being and quality of life.

Stacey provides individualised support in a range of areas including anxiety, depression, abuse and trauma, relationship difficulties, life transitions and stress management. She is passionate about early-life experiences and the influence these have on current patterns of thinking and responding.

Stacey takes a person-centred and trauma-informed approach drawing upon modalities such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Interpersonal Skills Therapy (IPT).

As a daughter of Greek immigrants, she is a culturally responsive clinician and has a deep understanding of the cultural belief systems and norms relating to individuals from Greek or similar ethnicities.


  • Master of Professional Psychology (University of New England) – 2022
  • Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (Hons) (Australian College of Applied Psychology) – 2016
  • Graduate Diploma of Counselling (Australian College of Applied Psychology) – 2014
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (Deakin University) – 2010

Stacey works from our Brandon Park offices on Thursdays.

Please call reception on 1300224665 to book an appointment with Stacey.