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My approach is warm and authentic, as well as direct (in a caring and curious way) when needed. My goal is to help you strengthen your relationships and develop/build on coping skills that you can use in your everyday life. I recognise and acknowledge that we may have different experiences and identities in terms of our race, cultural background, religion, gender identity etc. I work from an anti-oppressive, trauma-informed and intersectional feminist framework, and am LGBTIAQ+ affirmative and informed. I also work from a strengths based approach, which means we identify and build on your strengths, as well as working on things you find difficult/want to change. I incorporate a range of techniques such as CBT, DBT, ACT, CAT and Schema therapy, and will work with you to figure out which technique/s will be the most helpful.
Personal quote/statement: “I’m here to listen to you without judgement, help you understand yourself better, and support you to make changes that will help you feel more confident, happy and empowered.”
I’m Amy, I am an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker. I am passionate about supporting people across all developmental stages with their emotional, social and mental health, and I believe that therapy can offer a wonderful platform for self-discovery and personal growth.
I love adventures with my dog Pepperoni, being in nature and going on camping trips. I also enjoy learning, going to art galleries, taking photos and being creative.
I am committed to providing evidence-based approaches and am warm, non-judgemental and holistic in my approach. I utilise person centred, trauma informed and strengths based frameworks in my approach.
I draw upon a range of techniques, including, Mindfulness, Schema approaches, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, and Narrative approaches.
I’ve had a range of roles in my career in areas such as youth work, community mental health, gender based violence, group work, learning and development, drug and alcohol, leadership, management, counselling, crisis intervention, homelessness and private practice.
My particular areas of interest and passion include, but are not limited to are
Family and relationship issues, including family violence.
Post traumatic stress disorder
Alcohol and other drugs
Work related problems
Dealing with change
Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Graduate Diploma of Psychology
I work at The Therapy Hub on Fridays.
I am a qualified Mental Health Social Worker and Clinical Counsellor.
Working primarily with young adults, adolescents and children, I support individuals who may be experiencing a range issues such as anxiety, depression, anger, trauma or grief.
My approach to therapy is down to earth, engaging and relaxed. I work from a range of solution-focussed practices such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness training. I adapt my style and techniques to suit individual needs.
“I am passionate about working with people to help create a happier and more fulfilled life. I believe that everyone has the potential create positive change despite adversity; we just need the tools to be able do so.”
Working with young adults, adolescents and children
Social / Emotional difficulties
Self – Esteem issues
School and work difficulties
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
Masters of Clinical Counselling, ACU
Art Therapy (Currently completing)
Wednesday 1pm – 5:30pm
I am a provisional psychologist and final year Master of Clinical Psychology candidate.
I work with children and teenagers who might be experiencing depression, anxiety, and issues with their self-esteem or relationships with other people, their bodies, and themselves.
I used to be an actor, so I like to keep a bit of creativity in my life – I’m currently writing a book (…very slowly!). I also love reading (especially fantasy and sci-fi), films, exploring new places far and wide, and playing with my greyhound who is very cute and silly.
My approach to therapy is warm, open, and honest, creating a space where young people can be themselves without judgement, even if they’re not sure who they are yet. I draw on evidence-based techniques including CBT and mindfulness, adapting them to the needs of whoever is in the room including parents/carers. This means sessions might include games, drawing, or other play-based activities. Therapy goals are always co-created with the young person, aiming to support them to flourish in their unique way.
‘’I believe that a supportive, collaborative therapeutic relationship is the key to creating positive change that can ripple throughout a young person’s life.’’
Working with children and adolescents
Challenges in feeling comfortable with a developing identity
Navigating life transitions
Self-expression, communication, and confidence
Final year of a Master of Clinical Psychology – The University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced) – Monash University
Graduate Diploma of Psychology – Monash University
Bachelor of Arts – University of Queensland
Thursdays 5pm-8pm (from July), Fridays, Saturdays
I’m a Social worker/Counsellor skilled in supporting teenagers and young adults to better understand their emotions while developing positive coping skills to navigate through life’s hurdles. I am also a qualified Careers Counsellor and can help with making future plans, kick-starting/changing careers and problem-solving study concerns.
A little about me – I love travelling! During COVID, I have been rediscovering my interest in ice skating and rollerblading. I also enjoy sci-fi and supernatural shows, Mexican food and boba.
Working with young people from CALD, migrant and refugee backgrounds
Working with trauma & difficult childhood experiences
Panic attacks and other anxiety concerns
Low mood and depression
Bullying and discrimination
Career planning, transitions, or workplace issues
Graduate Certificate of Careers Education and Development
Member of the Australian Association of Social Workers
I work at The Therapy Hub on Wednesdays.
Bachelor of Social Work
Grad. Cert. Developmental Trauma
Grad. Dip. Community Development
Masters of Clinical Family Therapy
Tuesday 2pm-8pm, Thursday 3pm-7pm
The Owner of The Therapy Hub.
Welcome. I help teenagers and young adults who want to be happy, confident and live a meaningful life. Sometimes we’re weighed down by anxiety, stress, depression or trauma. Issues with school, work, relationships, identity, and/or self-esteem can make life difficult to enjoy. This can often leave us feeling stuck.
Life can be tough. I totally understand, and I’m here to help. Together we’ll figure out who you are, who you want to be, and how to get you there. I incorporate a range of techniques such as ACT, CBT, EMDR and mindfulness in my work to support you in this process.
What else can I tell you about myself? I’m a little bit of a nerd and don’t take myself too seriously – life’s too short! I’m your classic animal lover, especially dogs. I really love the great outdoors – hiking and camping (expect I hate mosquitoes!)
My approach to therapy is direct, yet genuine and supportive. I have a sense of humour about myself, and I encourage my clients to adopt the same attitude. I am incredibly enthusiastic and I am excited to work together and create meaningful and lasting change in your life.
Everything we talk about is just between the people in the room (unless there are safety concerns, I’ll explain all that to you in our first session). Think of me as your trusted confidant. Someone who is ready to listen, never judge – but to also be honest with you in order to bring forward positive change
‘’I’m 100% invested in this process. I am passionate about helping people feel understood and heard. Overcome past painful experiences and helping couples and families increase connection with one another.’’
Working with adolescents and young adults
Gender and sexuality exploration
Working with Trauma & difficult life experiences
Bachelor of Arts (majoring in psychology), Monash University
Masters of Social Work (additional research year/ thesis) The University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma of Youth and Adolescent Mental Health , The University of Melbourne
Masters of Family Therapy, LaTrobe University
Member of the Australian Association of social workers
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
Accredited ‘Tuning Into Teens’ Parenting Program Facilitator
Completed level 1 Gottman Method Couples training
Accredited Youth Mental health first aid facilitator
Monday , Tuesday and Thursday