Amanda is a trauma-informed Art Psychotherapist with a passion for community, connection, and creativity. She uses art-making to facilitate holistic, client-led healing through a safe, welcoming, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship and person-centred, gentle psychotherapy.

Offering women’s circles, group work, and one-on-one sessions tailored to individuals’ unique needs, with a focus on positive psychology, narrative therapy, and DBT. Amanda specialises in working with neurodiversity, trauma, the LGBTQIA+ community, social inequity, anxiety, and depression.

She has several years’ experience working with young people and adults, and completed a bachelors of English Language and Literature at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania before completing the certificate and diploma programs from the College for Educational and Clinical Art Therapy (CECAT), then completing her masters degree in Art Therapy from Western Sydney University.

She is a Marsha Linehan certified DBT skills practitioner and a member of the Australian, New Zealand, and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA) and the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT).

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Marsha Linehan – DBT Practitioner 



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Master of Art Therapy with Distinction


Bachelor of Arts in English


Certificate of Art Therapy