Master of Psychology (Clinical) (Aus)
Adults, adults with developmental disabilities, caregivers of people with disabilities, children and adolescents
Amber works with individuals and, with agreement, can involve family members in treatment. She is interested in helping people cope with chronic illnesses, developmental difficulties, sleep problems, trauma, depression and anxiety. Amber also helps caregivers support their loved ones struggling with mental health conditions.
During her studies, Amber was awarded the social service scholarship award from the National Council of Social Service in Singapore and started her career in the community before venturing into health settings.
Amber was introduced to systemic family therapy working in an established practice in Australia. In Singapore, she then worked with vulnerable adults, adults with developmental disabilities and provided psychosocial support for oncology patients and those with other health challenges. Through this varied experience, Amber became intrigued by the relationship between our individual choices, experiences and contexts. She now incorporates systemic thinking in her work with individuals to help people reconnect with themselves and others.
Amber is authentic, warm and collaborative in her approach. She believes a strong therapeutic rapport is an essential part of therapeutic work. Amber is married with a child and enjoys savouring moments with her family and pets.Send a message to Amber >
|Cognitive Behaviour Therapy|
|Emotion-Focused Family Therapy|
|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy|
|Dialectical Behaviour Therapy|
|Systemic Family Therapy|
|Training and accreditation|
|Registered psychologist (SRP)|
|SRP Approved Supervisor|