Dr Sarah Anticich
Director Performance Wellbeing
With 15 years’ experience as a clinical psychologist, Dr Sarah Anticich is committed to helping others navigate the often-overwhelming demands of the busy world we live in. A passionate believer in the science of wellness, she translates the most up- to-date data into real-life strategies and techniques to help people of all ages and from all backgrounds to live happier, healthier lives.
With a special interest in anxiety and trauma, Sarah currently holds several professional roles including; Clinical Educator at the University of Canterbury, where she supports postgraduate psychologists to develop clinical skills; Director of Wellbeing at Christ’s College, where she puts wellbeing science into practice, and as a clinical psychologist in a busy private clinical practice, the Psychology Hub, in Christchurch.
With two school-aged children at home, Sarah is no stranger to the demands on women in particular, who are often carrying the brunt of the family load. She is a passionate believer in the foundations of wellbeing science: eat, sleep, move, think, connect and feel, and loves helping people incorporate these into their daily lives.
Prior to completing her Clinical Psychology Diploma (University of Canterbury) and PhD (University of Queensland), Sarah completed a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology and worked in finance recruitment. This broad experience has given Sarah a unique lens into the psychology of both organisations and individuals across many different settings