Amanda Lee has a wide range of areas where she excels in
“Mandy has experience delivering mental health services to individuals and groups across a number of settings including public healthcare, community and private practice. She takes an integrated approach to therapy based on an individual’s goals and needs, drawing from a range of evidenced based approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Solution Focussed Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.”
Stress, grief and loss
Alcohol and drug use,
Living with a disability
identity and self connection,
Mandy is a Clinical Psychologist and has completed a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology), with Honours and a Master of Psychology (Clinical) at Queensland University of Technology.
Mandy works with adults on a range of areas including depression, anxiety, social anxiety, identity and self connection, stress, grief and loss, interpersonal difficulties, trauma, alcohol and drug use, and living with a disability.
Mandy also has a particular interest and experience working with diverse populations who have experienced trauma / complex trauma / stress related to marginalisation, including: LGBTIQAP+ community; First Nations people; and Neurodivergence (Autism, ADHD).
Mandy has training in Trauma-Informed Practice and uses a strengths-based framework in her therapy.
Mandy is a compassionate and non-judgemental clinician who works collaboratively with clients in achieving their goals, breaking down barriers and living their best life. She understands that seeking help can be a challenging process and aims to provide a supportive and relaxed environment.