Sharni Brodesky, MSc. Med

Sharni is a warm, supportive therapist. She believes in giving her clients the empathetic space to discover their inner strengths which allows each of them to access their own solutions. Sharni has extensive working knowledge with mental health disorders (including prevention and early intervention) bringing about lasting change. Her popular workshop "Rewiring Children for Success" based on the "Nurtured Heart Approach" demonstrates her passion for creating trans formative pathways for our children to blossom.

As a qualified psychologist (licensed in Australia) specializing in transitions, Sharni specializes in aliyah/immigration adjustment, anxiety disorders including OCD and developmental trauma. She has over 16 years’ experience in community health and private practice. In addition to her qualifications, B. Sc (Psychology) (Hons) at The University of NSW and M. Sc Medicine (Psychotherapy) at The University of Sydney (Australia), Sharni has extensive working knowledge with mental health disorders including prevention and early intervention bringing about lasting change. She uses a psycho-dynamic approach to psychotherapy.

As a qualified psychologist (licensed in Australia) specializing in transitions, Sharni specializes in aliyah/immigration adjustment, anxiety disorders including OCD and developmental trauma. She has over 16 years’ experience in community health and private practice. In addition to her qualifications, B. Sc (Psychology) (Hons) at The University of NSW and M. Sc Medicine (Psychotherapy) at The University of Sydney (Australia), Sharni has extensive working knowledge with mental health disorders including prevention and early intervention bringing about lasting change. She uses a psycho-dynamic approach to psychotherapy.

Sharni runs seminars and group interventions, as well as one to one psychotherapy. She works with the AACI lecturing on Culture Shock and the Stages of Aliyah adjustment; as well as coping with terrorism.

Sharni offers a framework to help people cope, process and integrate effects of traumatic experiences, to bring about an enhanced quality of life and lasting change.