Amanda Frame is the Director and Principal Psychologist at Adaptive Minds Psychology. She is fully registered and an associate member of the APS. Amanda can assist a broad range of clients experiencing a range of difficulties which are affecting their day to day functioning. Amanda has spent the majority of her time as a psychologist working in medical centres where she has been able to work with clients presenting with a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.

Amanda has spent over 18 years working with children and adults who are survivors of abuse, providing evidence based therapy to effectively assist clients who are suffering with such traumas. Such traumas are approached sensitively, gathering the required information and delivering the most effective intervention in a compassionate manner. Amanda also has a special interest in working with children in all aspects, in addition to children and adults on the Autism Spectrum. She uses a wide range of therapy tools to assist children, adolescents and their parents overcome the difficulties they are encountering.

Erin Hayes is a fully registered Psychologist. Erin is able to assist clients presenting with a wide range of difficulties including people experiencing trauma, chronic pain, depression, adjustment and anxiety disorders. Erin works with children and young people experiencing behavioural problems and developmental disorders. She can also assist your clients with vocational-related issues and assertiveness training.

Various theoretical frameworks such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy and Motivational Interviewing are used. Erin is committed to making therapy a collaborative process, working together with people to make positive changes.

Sasha Dulnuan is a registered psychologist with 15 years experience working with clients of different ages and cultural backgrounds, ranging from adolescents to older adults presenting with a wide range of complex difficulties. Sasha is a naturally warm and engaging psychologist and is seeking to utilise her broad range of skills to work further with children.

Sasha has assisted clients experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, anger, grief and loss, self-esteem, communication difficulties, workplace issues, trauma, and relationship difficulties.  Sasha has a special interest in working with clients with addictions and has worked within a drug and alcohol facility providing CBT counselling and delivering group programs.  Sasha also has extensive experience working with long-term unemployment and concerns related to injury, illness or disability in which she can provide vocational counselling.

Sasha is experienced with various therapeutic interventions, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Strength based therapies.  Sasha is non-judgemental in her approach and committed to providing a supportive environment that enhances emotional wellbeing and personal growth.