Sarah McMahon is a Psychologist who has over a decade experience in working in numerous settings that include schools, professional, not for profit, hospital settings and private practice. Sarah is passionate about supporting students to focus on wellness and learn effective study techniques given senior school years can trigger the onset of crippling mental health conditions such as eating disorders, depression and anxiety.
Also the very proud Director of BodyMatters, a private psychological practice that specializes in treating eating disorders, Sarah has a particular interest in this field which has enabled her the privilege of working with countless students through their senior years of school and university years. In addition, Sarah has had the wonderful opportunity to be a cofounder, current board member & the inaugural, immediate past chairperson of grassroots advocacy group Collective Shout. She has also been involved in other worthy organisations, including Lifeline, and is the founding member & board member of Endangered Bodies . Sarah holds a Masters of Public Health and has a passion for educating the community .
Sarah is an experienced presenter, having presented at schools and universities for over a decade.
Sarah is a regular contributor in the media, including a regular contributor to Womens Health and Fitness Australia magazine. She has featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, Body+Soul, Cleo, Cosmopolitan, Madison, 2UE, Triple J, Seven’s The Daily Edition & The Morning Show, Studio 10 and National 9 News. Sarah has also written several book chapters, including co-authoring the body image & eating disorder chapter in Steve Biddulph’s 2013 international best seller, “Raising Girls“.