Sajan is an open-minded and considerate psychologist who prioritises the well-being of his clients. He builds relationships with his clients based on mutual understanding, strong communication, and trust.
Sajan understands the sacred nature of the relationship between the client and the psychologist. A lot of the time, clients may share experiences and thoughts that have never been verbalised to anyone else. Sajan recognises it is important to adopt an empathetic and non-judgmental approach in helping clients feel supported and safe. In doing so, Sajan aims to treat his clients with respect, integrity, and compassion.
Experiences and Interests
Sajan is an Organisational Psychology Registrar with experience in helping people adjust to new surroundings, as well as manage their stress and coping mechanisms. He has conducted research on trauma-exposed young adults and conducted evaluations on interventions aimed at reducing drug and alcohol dependence amongst the at-risk population. In the past, Sajan has also worked with NDIS patients (2 to 65 years old) with psychological and neurological comorbidities. Sajan is particularly interested in working with clients presenting with relationship issues, life adjustments, goal-setting, stress, low motivation, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and panic attacks.
Sajan aims to work collaboratively with his patients to tailor a journey that is best suited for their recovery. Sajan’s practice adopts the SOLER model and a mindfulness approach. This is also informed by evidence-based interventions such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) as well as principles and practices from Positive Psychology (PP).
How is Sajan described by his clients?
Sajan is frequently described as being genuine, humourous, supportive, and understanding.
Sajan enjoys trying out new cuisines and restaurants, watching movies, staying physically active, and being with his family and friends.