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  • What are your fees?
    1.Assessments Autism assessment + letter- $1250 (not suitable to apply to NDIS) Autism assessment + report- $1950 ADHD assessment + letter- $1250 ADHD assessment + report- $1950 Autism and ADHD assessment + letter- $1450 Autism and ADHD assessment + report- $2450 2.Supervision $220 (plus GST) 3. Therapy $260 for a 50 minute session 4.Organisational Consulting Please contact us for a quote Please note that fees are subject to change and are typically reviewed each January and July.
  • Who do you see?
    I see adults (18 and over) who identify as being autistic (self-identified or formally identified). ADHDers are also welcome!
  • What are your work days and business hours?
    I work Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am- 4pm (Brisbane time). I offer autism and ADHD assessments on Thursday, but can be flexible with this.
  • Is that water or vodka that I see you drinking during our sessions?
    Hahaha - wouldn't you like to know! 🥂
  • Where are you located?
    I'm from Meanjin (Brisbane). I provide therapy and assessments via telehealth only. I can personally visit your workplace to provide a bespoke service, or speak at an event anywhere around Australia.
  • Why is your cat a bit of an a*hole?
    Good question 😂 Well, I don't know... maybe dropped on his head as a kitten?? But I still love him. Lucky for him that he's pretty 😸
  • Can I call you to chat?
    Our preferred communication channel is via email. If you’d like an assessment, bespoke workplace consultancy service or looking for a speaker for an event, I am able to arrange a phone call. I’m unable to respond to all of the emails I receive sorry- I get a lot!
  • What kind of a kid were you?
    I often rode my bike with my feet on the handlebars and used the brakes at the last second. I fell off trampolines and out of trees, and would scare my poor parents with my crazy climbing antics. I had a fun filled childhood, that's for sure! 😜
  • What's with the images of sunflowers?
    Did you know that people who have a hidden disability can choose to wear a Sunflower lanyard? This discreetly indicates to others that they may need additional time, support or understanding. This provides a consistent icon that is recognisable. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower is an international approach that is coordinated in Australia by Bayley House. To find out more about the Sunflower initiative visit: Bayley House Hidden disabilities Sunflower
  • Help! I can't find a psychologist! Can you recommend someone please?
    Amy has had to close her books to therapy clients again, and is not keeping a waiting list sorry. You might be able to find a neuro-affirming and neurodivergent psychologist who has open books on these lists...these are all fabulous practitioners: In regards to EMDR practitioners, I suggest using this search function as a starting point:
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 Take a look through my neurodiversity FAQs. 

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