Since 2016 Amy has worked with children and families within education and community services contexts and within the domestic and family violence sector. She is experienced in working with families and individuals experiencing complex challenges.

Amy’s therapeutic approach is trauma-informed, child-safe, person-centred and strengths-based. As a Play Therapist, Amy is focused on building rapport and a safe therapeutic alliance with children and supporting them to grow and heal through the free exploration of play.

Amy believes in every child’s unique and innate capacity to develop and draw upon the internal resources they need to face life’s challenges with confidence, creative thinking, resourcefulness, and resilience.


  • Bachelor of Counselling
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Play Therapy studies, Centre for Play Therapy (completing 2021/22)
  • Affiliate Member, Play Therapy Practitioners Association (PTPA)