Dr Amelia Shaw – Counsellor
Dr Amelia Shaw is a counsellor with 15 years of experience working with couples, families and children in the areas of counselling and research. You can find a lot more about her research in these links:
Or listen to her online interviews:
She currently accepts couples, parents and people suffering from depression and anxiety. She comes from the psychotherapy approach, but also uses ACT and CBT principals in helping individuals who are dealing with psychological problems. She also believes in having a fair and sustainable model of providing counselling services and her fees are affordable for most people who can’t afford getting counselling because of high cost or limited number of sessions offered by medicare. Feel free to give her a call and have a chat!
Ph: 0450 128 852
“My fascination with human relationships started very early, when I was a child. I always enjoyed watching people and thinking to myself, what are they thinking about? Are they parents or couples and how do they interact with each other? This led me to decide to become a counsellor, pursuing an inquisitiveness in understanding people.
Since 1999, I started my formal education in Psychology and after many years of working in different public and private practices, I completed a PhD degree in 2013 at the University of Queensland, Australia.
The two areas I am fascinated with is couple relationships and parenting. I have observed many couples during more than ten years of practice and I have helped them move through their relationship problems and thrive in a better relationship.
Besides, I have a deep and long-held interest in investigating children’s development, learning and mental health. This passion is reflected in my diverse employment experience as well as my academic activities, spanning research, teaching and publishing. I have held several university research and teaching positions, as well as having worked in various professional roles within organizations, both small and large.
I welcome working with individuals who have personal psychological problems, as well as parents and couples who face difficulty in their family relationships.”