Principal Clinical Psychologist
Founder of Mindful Pathways
Amber is the Principal Clinical Psychologist and Founder of Mindful Pathways. She has a passion for guiding people to find ways to live more meaningful, fulfilling lives. Her goal is to empower, inspire and transform individuals and organisations.
Amber’s approach draws from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness skills, and interventions drawn from best practice evidence-based models for specific issues including interpersonal conflict, post natal adjustment, and post traumatic stress.
Amber was educated in Australia and the United Kingdom, and has worked as a Psychologist in Adelaide, Sydney and London. She has a Master of Psychology (Clinical), Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Amber has experience working with couples, families and children from a range of backgrounds and understands the importance of strong attachments and resilience for well being. She provides group and individual therapy to allow better social integration, emotional literacy, and trauma resolution.
Inke has experience working with children, young people and adults from a range of value systems and cultural backgrounds.
Inke has a passion for providing a warm, empathetic and collaborative environment to support individuals in creating richer and more meaningful lives through nurturing and expanding their psychological flexibility.
Her approach to therapy draws from Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Attachment Theory to provide individualised treatment for each client. She is currently working towards Schema Therapist Accreditation.
Inke has experience working with a variety of presentations, including personality disorders, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive related disorders, stress, grief and loss, adjustment to life and parenting difficulties.
Kendra is a registered Psychologist with experience in supporting clients across the lifespan from a range of value systems and cultural backgrounds.
She has a passion for providing a warm, empathetic and collaborative therapeutic environment. She integrates Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) to provide individualised treatment for each client. Her approach to therapy is trauma-informed, evidence-based, and neurodiversity affirmative.
Kendra enjoys working with children, young people, families, and adults presenting with a variety of concerns.
Kendra is a undertaking a one-year bridging program (Masters of Clinical Psychology - Post Registration) at Cairnmillar Institute. As part of this program she will be completing an internship with us.
Kendra will be offering telehealth (video and phone) services to clients, with an emphasis on short term solution focussed therapies.
Sam has experience working with young people and adults with a variety of presentations including anxiety, depression, stress, grief and loss, parenting difficulties and pain management.
She has a passion for providing a warm, empathetic environment to support individuals and families to create more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Sam’s approach to therapy draws from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Attachment Theory and Mindfulness to provide individualised treatment for each client.
She has a special interest in assisting children, young people, parents and highly sensitive people.
Becky and Courtney are our wonderful Administration Team. They are available to assist:
GP Practices with queries relating to our practice
New clients to Mindful Pathways
Queries regarding Appointment Fees
Queries regarding Medicare Rebates
Choosing the most appropriate Mindful Pathways Psychologist for your particular needs
Psychologist wait times
Appointment bookings, rescheduling and cancellations
Any other queries you may have in regards to Mindful Pathways