Amiya is a dedicated and enthusiastic registered provisional psychologist with a passion for supporting individuals on their journey to improve mental well-being and quality of life. She establishes a compassionate, strength-based, and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship to create a safe space for psychological healing and personal growth.
With a focus on individual needs, Amiya draws from evidence-based therapeutic modalities such as CBT E, ACT, DBT, and mindfulness. By tailoring interventions, she helps clients overcome challenges and achieve their recovery goals, prioritising the identification and addressing of root causes rather than symptom elimination.
Amiya has gained valuable experience through successful clinical placements in diverse settings, including Headspace and Institute of Social Neuroscience (ISN) community clinic. Her expertise extends to working with children, adolescents, and adults across a wide range of presentations. She has a particular interest in gut psychology, trauma, and the intersection between eating disorders, autism, and ADHD.
Currently in the final year of the Master of Clinical Psychology program, Amiya is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). She remains dedicated to continuous professional development, actively engaging in ongoing training and staying abreast of the latest research and practices in the field. By doing so, Amiya ensures that she provides the best possible support to her clients in reaching their therapeutic goals.