Amanda Hall Principal Clinical Psychologist & Director
Amanda has worked in a range of clinical, research, and management roles over the past twenty years. She has worked with hundreds of clients, across a range of industries, including: health, law, finance, information technology, insurance, government, not for profit, and community services. She has worked internationally, heading the Research Department of a mental health organisation in London. Amanda gained further management experience as Operations Manager of a large clinical psychology private practice and simultaneously worked as an Executive Coach. Amanda has completed management training courses including management theory and practice, innovation and change management, marketing, operational planning, and performance management. Amanda provides supervision to other psychologists. Amanda enjoys working with her clients to help them reach their full potential.
Amanda has a Bachelor of Science degree with Honours in Psychology, and a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology, from the University of New South Wales.
Areas of Special Interest
Relaxation and mindfulness training
Depression and anxiety (including pre and postnatal)
Assertiveness, social and communication skills
Life transitions and adjustment issues (e.g. retrenchment, relationship breakdown)
Managing chronic health problems and illnesses
Insomnia and sleep problems
Concerns about eating, weight, and shape
Registrations & Memberships
Amanda is a registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists and the APS Coaching and Psychology Group.
Psychology Board of Australia
Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy
Australian Psychological Society (APS)
APS College of Clinical Psychologists
APS Coaching and Psychology Group
APS College Members possess a high level of specialist knowledge and skills. APS Colleges represent the specialist areas that psychologists practise in, such as clinical psychology. Advances in each specialised professional area are continually updated through professional development activities, which are necessary to maintain membership of the College.