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I am Amanda Moses, I hold dual registration as a Psychologist & Board Approved Supervisor in Australia, and as a Clinical and Counselling Psychologist in the UK.


I have 11 years of clinical experience in psychological assessment and therapy. More recently, I have turned my passion for Psychology into providing high-quality training and supervision and supporting early-career psychologists.

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About Me

 The Psychology Supervision & Training services I offer include:

I have had a colourful career as a psychologist working both in Australia and the UK. I spent 11 years working in clinical settings providing therapy and comprehensive psychological assessments to adults and older adults. I have worked with a range of presenting issues including but not limited to: mood disorders; anxiety disorders; suicidality and self harm; life transitions; adjustment issues; stress and burnout; complex and chronic mental health problems; perinatal and postnatal mental health. More recently, I have opened a clinic providing neurodiversity affirming diagnostic assessments to adults who suspect they are neurodivergent. 

I have experience with a range of therapy modalities including: CBT, ACT, Schema Therapy, and attachment-based frameworks. I also have significant experience in a range of complex psychological assessments, diagnostic assessments, differential diagnosis and case conceptualisation. My passion for learning and quality education has lead me to pursue many areas of training internationally. I am proudly a Neurodiversity Affirming practitioner, and ensure both my practice and learning environment are an affirming space.

Outside my role at AM Psychology, I have experience acting as the Early Career Coordinator at the Australian Association of Psychologists Incorporated (AAPi) and host a blog on Psychology Today, talking about all things early-career psychology which you can find here.


I am a passionate advocate for early-career psychologists and donate much of my time to supporting them on their journey towards registration. If you are looking for support and guidance, come join our wonderful community over on Facebook here: Facebook group for Early Career Psychologists.  

I am also a regular guest on the Mental Work Podcast, a podcast focused on unpacking the challenges of early-career psychologists. You can find some of my popular episodes here:

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Some of the topics I provide supervision on include: 

  • Mood disorders

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Life transitions/ Adjustment Disorder

  • Stress and Burnout (for both clients and the practitioner) 

  • Differential Diagnosis

  • Self-care and self-management for Psychologists

  • Psychopharmacology

  • Insomnia

  • Clients with interpersonal issues

  • Attachment theory in clinical practice

  • Suicidality & Self harm

  • Psychometric Assessments

  • Neurodiversity Affirming Practice

  • Ethical dilemmas and ethical decision making

  • CBT (for beginners, and those wanting assistance with advanced skills)

  • Schema Therapy

My approach is warm, down to earth and I aim to be as practical as possible in my delivery. I aim for my training and groups to be interactive with a heavy focus on helping you bridge the gap between theory and practice. I operate completely online and therefore am able to assist Psychologists across Australia.


You can subscribe to my mailing list to be kept up to date when I release new dates for Workshops and Group Supervision topics.


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Subscribe to my mailing list to be kept up to date when I release new dates for Workshops and Group Supervision topics.


I also send out monthly NPE practice questions and answers. This is a great way to continue your professional development and improve your skills!

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