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Sabrina Vincent

MPP Volunteer | She/Her/Hers

Sabrina works on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin nation.

A recent career change has taken Sabrina from being a graduate of a Bachelor of Commerce
and Science at Monash University to currently studying a Graduate Diploma in Psychology at
the University of Melbourne to pursue a path towards becoming a Psychologist.


Sabrina is a volunteer who primarily works within the Manaya Pride Program to provide support
for LGBTQIAP+ forcibly displaced individuals. She hopes that within this role she may be able
to build upon the skills and knowledge needed to provide compassionate care to some of the
most vulnerable people in our communities.


At the core of Sabrina’s ambitions is on one hand, tackling the deep-rooted stigmatisation of
mental health in many communities such as within her own being the south-Asian and Tamil
community and on the other hand, addressing barriers to mental healthcare access for
minorities in the first place. She recognises that this cannot be done without first embracing
diversity and inclusion, advocating for structural change and standing in solidarity with
communities who are largely overlooked due to the oppressive systems within which we are
forced to operate within.


When Sabrina isn’t invested in her studies you will likely find her reading books for many hours
at a time, watching Tamil movies and enjoying the beach (even during the dead of winter).

 

 

Qualifications and Professional Associations 

  • Bachelor of Commerce

  • Bachelor of Science

  • Graduate Diploma in Psychology

  •  Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) - Student membership

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