Andrea Sadusky is a Registered Psychologist who was trained through a Masters of Educational and Developmental Psychology/Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at Monash University. Andrea is currently completing her PhD on identifying and supporting the emotional and learning needs of adults with learning difficulties. Alongside of her role as a psychologist and researcher, Andrea teaches psychological theory and practice to undergraduate students.
Andrea has experience in professionally supporting individuals, and their families, aged from
early childhood to later adulthood. She is passionate about delivering holistic and
person-centred services. Andrea aims to empower individuals to reach goals that are most
important to them while considering how their environment (e.g., people, resources, policy)
can best support this process. Andrea is dedicated to helping individuals build self-awareness
of their personal strengths and weaknesses, develop individually-catered learning strategies,
and feel confident to self-advocate for their unique learning needs.
Bachelor of Psychology (with Honours)
Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy Candidate
Registered member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)