Sabina is a psychologist who works with organisations, groups, individuals, couples and families in the areas of relationships, well-being, stress, career development, leadership, change, life transitions, job loss, mental health, and parenting.


Sabina is the Resident Psychologist and Social Commentator on Channel 7’s The Morning Show and The Daily Edition; and the top-rating Afternoons program at Radio 3AW. She was the host and mentor on Dream Job, an original 8-week TV series airing on Channel 9, following 16 Australians on their journey to finding a new career path; was an expert on Season 1 of Channel 9’s observational documentary, Married at First Sight. Sabina is a regular contributor to The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald; and her expertise and comments are regularly sought in lifestyle, business and women’s media nationally.

Sabina is a speaker and MC with leading speakers’ agency, Saxton, and she is listed on the Media Referral expert database with The Australian Psychological Society. She is the Resident Psychologist and Ambassador at SEEK; and Expert Ambassador at Kids Under Cover, a not for profit dedicated to the prevention and early intervention of youth homelessness. She is also a Consultant Psychologist and Coach with Transitioning Well and Corporate Health Management.

Sabina is passionate about the universality of the human experience, believing that we all have more in common than we often realise. In addition to her expertise and interest in human behaviour, Sabina is also a communications specialist, with significant experience working in public relations and marketing roles in Melbourne, San Francisco and London. During this time, Sabina worked in both in-house and consulting roles, with a variety of clients across a range of sectors including retail, consumer, telecommunications, health, hospitality, education, the arts, gaming, and professional services.

Sabina believes karaoke, hugs, beach walks, colourful jewellery, laughter, shimmery eyeshadow, two-legged and four-legged friends help to make the world a better place.  She lives in Melbourne where she navigates the swings and roundabouts of life with her husband, two teenage daughters, two rescue dogs, and occasional hits of dark peppermint chocolate (or it’s lowly milk cousin if that’s all she can get her hands on!)