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Amy (she/her) is a clinical registrant of PACFA living and working on Wurundjeri land (Naarm/Melbourne, VIC). She has completed a Bachelors in Counselling, a Graduate Certificate in Forensic Behavioural Science and is currently completing a Master of Counselling. She is an accredited clinician and member of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders. She offers counselling and therapy for a variety of clientele, with a special interest in Borderline Personality Disorder and Eating Disorders. Amy is a proud ally of the LGBTQIA+ community and created the first support group in Australia for members of the LGBTQIA+ community with eating disorders, run through Eating Disorders Victoria. 

She has a dynamic and integrative approach to her clients, utilising aspects of CBT, DBT mindfulness, person centred counselling and other therapies, tailoring her counselling to each individual client. She draws on her clients strengths and works with them to build a positive life, explore issues and provide care and support. Providing a space of safety and affirmation are always at the forefront of how Amy works and she welcomes your personal input on how she can create the right space for you. ​

In addition to counselling, Amy is also a certified Yoga teacher and is available for private lessons. Amy brings a mental health and wellbeing focus to her yoga classes, helping you to connect with your body and your mind. Amy currently offers yoga classes for individuals recovering from an Eating Disorder.

Amy's previous work includes working for both public and private mental health services (inpatient and outpatient) and youth residential care, as well as volunteer work for Sacred Heart Mission. She spent 3 years working for Eating Disorders Victoria, and developed their COVID-19 response programs, launching the telehealth counselling service and support groups that are available. 


Help, When You Need It Most

Amy offers a variety of counselling services to help you move past the obstacles in your life. She will help you identify your personal values, strengths, and abilities in support of your personal and professional goals. Contact Amy to see how she can help you develop different perspectives and achieve the outcomes you’re striving for.

Get the Most out of Life

You don't need to have "issues" or a mental health diagnosis to come to counselling. Amy strongly believes that counselling enables self development and self discovery, and is an integral part of maintaining good health.

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Embrace Life's Challenges

Some of the reasons for coming to counselling may include (but not limited to):

  • Depression or Anxiety 

  • Grief/Loss 

  • Relationship issues 

  • General support

  • Feeling "stuck"

  • Eating Disorder & body image issues

  • Other Mental Health concerns 

  • Trauma 

  • Chronic or terminal health conditions

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Find Guidance & Inspiration

Amy's approach to counselling is creative and tailored to each client, working in a way that is specifically for you. If you are unsure if you want or need counselling, feel free to contact Amy for a chat.

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Other services

  • Yoga for Eating Disorder Recovery

  • Vinyasa/Yin yoga teaching

  • Peer worker mentoring

  • ED Recovery Yoga Retreats

  • Workplace education on Mental Health, Eating Disorders, BPD

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Vincent Van Gogh

“What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?”

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