Amber Alexander

(Independent Contractor)

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Amber has experience working in both the not-for-profit and private sectors with children, adolescents, parents, families, and adults. Amber is also a lecturer with the University of South Australia, working within the practice team at the Australian Centre for Child Protection, involved in both teaching and research projects. Primarily utilising CBT, EMDR, ACT and mindfulness based interventions, Amber also understands the importance of the therapeutic alliance and meeting the unique needs of clients. 

Amber has worked in both metropolitan and rural locations throughout her career, including schools, enabling her to understand and manage complex contextual variables whilst providing evidence based therapeutic intervention to her clients. She has provided case consultation to internal and external stakeholders, predominantly within the context of Out of Home Care, and police investigations of Child Sexual Abuse. 

Amber's supervision approach is flexible and gentle whilst also providing guidance and direction to her supervisees to achieve their internship demands and goals. Amber also heavily focuses on self-care, and sustainability of her supervisees. 


  • NPE Preparation
  • Case Report Reviewing
  • Ethical, Professional and Legal Matters
  • Supervising Decisions Relating to Mandatory Reporting
  • Supervising those with Conditions Placed on their Registration
  • Intervention and Treatment Planning
  • Working with/in Schools
  • Working with Young Children (0 - 5 yo), Children (5 - 12 yo), Adolescence (12 - 18 yo) and Late Adolescence (18 - 25 yo)
  • Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Clients
  • Working with Regional and Remote Communities
  • Working with Survivors of Child Sexual Assault
  • Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence
  • Working with Gender Diverse Populations
  • Intervention with Trauma
  • Working with Separated Families
  • Risk Assessment

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