Dr Amy Zurawic

Clinical Psychologist
02 6684 4748
50 min standard session


Full fee – $240 (*$102.95 out of pocket expense with a GP Mental Health Plan)

Saturday fee – $250 (*$112.95 out of pocket expense with a GP Mental Health Plan)

Couples – $250

Travel, phone calls and reports will be charged at standard hourly rates in 15 minute increments.

*Medicare rebate $137.05 with a GP Mental Health Plan

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday appointments.
Clients:  Adults and Couples.

Amy is a psychologist who holds a doctorate in clinical psychology, and has over a decade of clinical experience working with individuals, couples, and families.  As a therapist, she is warm, authentic, non-judgemental, and active.

Amy is extensively trained in Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), an evidence-based therapy which is a proven, empirically supported, health-focused clinical approach, for both individuals and couples.  EFT draws from current neuropsychological theory regarding emotions, along with attachment, existential, feminist, and evolutionary theories, as well as Gestalt interventions. Amy is skilled at and experienced with both brief therapy and long-term therapy, and has also taught EFT to clinicians internationally.

Amy’s work is holistic in nature, honouring and attending to her client’s full embodied experience, and aiding clients in identifying and attending to their most essential needs.  She has a passion for helping clients develop their self-compassion, honour their adaptive emotions, and achieve greater emotional intelligence, regulation, and resilience in order to lead healthy, meaningful lives.

Areas of clinical expertise for Amy include difficulties with anxiety, depression, women’s issues (including perinatal / postpartum issues, issues with infertility, pregnancy loss, and birth trauma), sexual dysfunction for both women and men, grief and loss, eating disorders, complex trauma, and working with diverse populations, including LGBTQIA+ folx and diverse spiritual and cultural backgrounds. With regards to anxiety, Amy has experience with generalised anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder, agoraphobia, trichotillomania, PTSD, C-PTSD, phobias, and OCD.

As a couples therapist, Amy attends to established painful relational patterns and wounds, and enables couples to heal and re-establish healthy connection and communication.


Amy has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Theology from Calvin College, America. She has a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Argosy University in America.