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Sarah Corrigan

Sarah is a proud Darkinjung woman from the Central Coast with over 15 years’ experience working in Aboriginal health, education and community programs across several organisations including NSW Health and the University of Newcastle. Sarah is registered with AHPRA as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner with qualifications in Allied Health, Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Training and Assessing and Indigenous trauma recovery and practice.

Sarah is an active community member involved in several local school NAIDOC committees and was previously President of Gibalee Student Advisory Council. Sarah was awarded a scholarship to attend the 2019 Inaugural Indigenous Women in Leadership Symposium to support the growth of Rainbow Crow Cultural Collective as an emerging consultancy business. The following quote “If you can’t see it be it” from a female Indigenous mining operations manager and executive inspired Sarah to consider the current need in business for culturally safe Aboriginal mental health services.

At the time, Sarah (employed in public health) was finding it very difficult to refer Indigenous clients to accessible, affordable, culturally competent, holistic Indigenous mental health care. Rainbow Crow Cultural Collective expanded from consultancy services to provision of Aboriginal mental health and wellbeing services in 2020 with services being bulk-billed or fees charged on a sliding scale. In 2021 Rainbow Crow Cultural Collective began providing NDIS services in response to the need for culturally competent and responsive services for Aboriginal NDIS clients with psychosocial disabilities and continues to deliver in-house designed, written and developed training programs. that are customised to community development programs and cultural supervision for health professionals.




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