Balgowlah & Chatswood
Jane Randall works from our Balgowlah and Chatswood sites and provides professional supervision from our Burwood site.
Jane is a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist in providing
therapeutic treatment for people who live with severe and persistent
mental illness and their carers. Jane has been working in Community
Mental Health for over 15 years and is currently the Lead Psychologist
for Sunflower Health Services. She is passionate about working with
people who have experienced psychosis and with the services and support
systems that surround them. However, the focus for her clinical practice
in recent years has also been on treating Bipolar Disorder,
Schizophrenia, Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD),
PTSD and Panic Disorder.
Jane’s training and approach incorporates Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
(CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as Solution
Focused or Brief Therapy. She adopts the Recovery perspective in her
approach to mental illness, working with the individual to address many
of the areas of the person's life that have been effected by the process
of being unwell. Accordingly, she has had a longstanding relationship
with Pioneer Clubhouse, a psychosocial rehabilitation service managed by
the Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW, where she held roles on the
Advisory Board for several years.
Jane has also been one of the key members of our Remind Mental Health
Training and Education team from its inception in 2005. This
relationship has allowed her to travel NSW and to educate a wide variety
of community groups, including the NSW Police Force, staff working for
Recovery Services, council workers, and other allied health teams. In
2014 Jane has taken on a local role with the Sydney Branch of the
Australian Psychological Society where she hopes to contribute to the
role of the society in developing the profile of psychology in the
By working with Sunflower Health Services, and the support of the
Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW, Jane is able to offer bulk-billed
psychological treatment services to our target groups, and aims to make
treatment services more accessible for those in need.
Sharyn Renshaw is an experienced Psychologist, with full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia.
Sharyn studied at the University of Wollongong, achieving a Bachelor of Arts, Honours Degree in Psychology in 1991, and shortly afterward achieved full registration as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.
Sharyn has maintained her registration over the past 20 years by participating in a program of professional development, focused upon developing her techniques in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Supervision of Conditionally and Fully Registered Psychologists, Organisational Psychology and Policy Development.
Sharyn has 20 years experience working as a Psychologist in a range of settings including both private and community settings and a range of industries including employment placement, rehabilitation, psychological recovery, intellectual disability and aged care. This experience has enabled Sharyn to understand the range of complex issues that a person experiencing psychological difficulties can face.
Sharyn has worked with people with a lived experience of mental health issues, both individuals living with a mental health issue and those people directly supporting them in their recovery journey. Her approach is underpinned by a strengths based and recovery oriented model. Sharyn possesses a strong commitment to advocacy and collaboratively working with people with a lived experience to work toward achieving their recovery goals.
John is a Clinical Psychologist based in the Inner West, with over 25 years of experience consisting almost entirely of working with adults who live with significant and enduring mental health concerns.
Areas of experience and interest include grief and loss, anxiety and depression, psychosis and symptom management, relationships, recovery and resilience, substance use, anger, impulsivity, self-harm and trauma. He has experience and competency across a broad range of models and treatment modalities, however is not bound to any particular way of working.
He has a broad perspective and a sense of humour, and is deeply interested in the people he meets.