Dr Amanda Ch'ng
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Doctor of Philosophy
Amanda is an experienced Clinical Psychologist who has worked for over 15 years in private and public clinics, providing assistance to people struggling to adjust to medical conditions, illness, disability or major life transitions, experiencing posttraumatic stress, depression, anxiety, grief, loss, and chronic pain.
Her PhD involved research into psychological factors and treatments to enhance emotional wellbeing and prevent depression after illness. She has worked extensively with patients recovering from stroke, brain injury, traumatic physical injuries, experiencing rheumatological conditions, living with cancer diagnoses and treatments, and a range of other health and medical problems.
Amanda’s focus is on providing warm, compassionate, client centred, and evidence based psychological therapy. Treatments are selected and customised based on the needs and goals of each client. As a clinician, she is passionate about providing therapy that is engaging and meaningful, and helps move clients towards achieving their desired change.
She is a member of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society and an accredited EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) practitioner.