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Amy is a warm, thoughtful, empathetic and neurodiversity affirming registered provisional psychologist.

She has a genuine interest in helping her clients, she likes to take the time to hear her clients’ stories, help them to discover or rediscover their unique strengths, and walk beside them as they heal and grow through life’s challenges.

Amy has both a therapeutic and research background which allows her to bring together an evidence-based approach and genuine client-centred connection to create effective and customised treatment plans for her clients.


Amy has a special interest in neurodevelopmental and psycho-educational assessments and approaches these assessments from a neurodiversity affirming and strengths-based perspective. Amy is experienced in using a variety of tools to investigate ADHD, autism, and specific learning disorders. She enjoys working with her clients to identify and build on their strengths, and help them to develop strategies to navigate challenges.

Amy works therapeutically with older children, adolescents, and adults, helping clients with a range of support needs and mental health concerns including anxiety, phobias, depression, stress, and trauma. Amy is passionate about collaborating with neurodivergent people (particularly those diagnosed later in life) to explore how their brains work and how they can use their strengths and interests to thrive.


Bachelor of Science in

Psychology (Honours)


Member of the Australian Association of Psychologists (APPi)


Amy is available for individual therapy sessions with children, adolescents and adults.

Registration and Certification

Registered Provisional Psychologist AHPRA

Areas of specialty and interest


Anxiety disorders


Specific phobias

Stress and burnout

Mood disorders

Chronic pain


Treatment modalities

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Schema Therapy approaches

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) approaches

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