Amy Sayers


Amy Psychologist
Amy is currently on leave from Ripple Psychology and will rejoin us in 2021.  Amy Sayers is excited to be expanding her clinical expertise and therapeutic skills with Ripple Psychology. Amy has completed a Bachelor of Psychology (honours) at Griffith University and has experience working with a diverse range of clients.  Amy has six years' experience working within the occupational rehabilitation and return to work sector. She has worked with and supported clients with chronic pain and disability, catastrophic injury, psychiatric injury and return to work, or ongoing workplace difficulties.  More recently, Amy has gained experience working with children and in particular, children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  She enjoys the diversity of working with children with ASD and provides a tailored family centred approach to ensure both the parents and the child are able to implement the appropriate coping strategies or learn the skills to meet their functional goals.  She is able to provide services at Ripple Psychology under the NDIS for those that have a self managed or plan managed NDIS plan. Amy brings a warm, client centred approach to her therapy, and is empathic, supportive and non-judgmental.  She is well equipped to assist clients to reach their goals, and to reconnect with a positive mindset by adopting a range of therapy approaches including positive behaviour support, behaviour therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, schema therapy and interpersonal therapy.Outside of the office, Amy enjoys the laidback lifestyle of the Sunshine Coast beaches and parks, pilates, and time with family and friends.  Amy is currently on leave from Ripple Psychology and will rejoin us in 2021. 








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