Amy Kevill - Registered Psychologist
Mind Evolution Centre
Amy is an experienced and people focused registered psychologist experienced in providing evidence based psychological interventions, rehabilitation and program management services in the Government, Tertiary sector and blue chip companies.
Amy Kevill is a registered psychologist (PSY0001683803) with a Master’s Degree in Organisational Psychology from the University of Queensland. Up on completing her Masters in 2011 Amy commenced work as a registered psychologist at Artius Health as their Mental Health Program Coordinator.
In addition, she has experience working in rehabilitation services funded through WorkCover Qld and Private Insurers. Amy has also worked as a consultant psychologist providing psychological interventions through Employee Assistance Programs as well as critical incident response and trauma counselling services.
Amy is currently employed as a Consultant Psychologist specialising in corporate psychological services including Independent Psychological Assessments. Further, she is the Principle Psychologist of the Mind Evolution Centre Pty Ltd where she provides psychological treatment to clients with complex and varied mental health issues to improve their wellbeing including but not limited to:
- Grief and loss
- Adjustment Disorders
- Work related difficulties
- Self-esteem and confidence building
- Relationship difficulties
- Pre/postnatal depression and anxiety
- Full registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
- Comcare accreditation
- Medicare Mental Health Care Plan – Bulk Billed, no gap fee.
- Private patient without a referral- $100 per 50 minute consultation (Private Health Care Insurance Rebates apply if applicable).
- Assessment and report fee’s available upon request.
Amy Mullens - Registered Psychologist
Mind Evolution Centre
Dr Amy Mullens is a Clinical and Health Psychologist, and has been practicing in Queensland since 2001. She has worked across public, private, academic and community settings, with a focus on supporting people regarding chronic health conditions (prevention, management), health behaviour change, mental health (including anxiety, depression), substance use, sexual health (including gender, sexuality, HIV/STIs) and oncology issues.
In her former role as a Clinical Educator, Amy was responsible for establishing provisional psychologist training models in conjunction with universities. She has assisted with successfully tendering for large federal and state funded mental health contracts and assisting with national mental health accreditation. Amy has been responsible for: contributing to the development, delivery and evaluation of large-scale alcohol and drug group treatment programs (within correctional facilities); and training health professionals from various disciplines (e.g., doctors, nurses, and psychologists) and medical students, since 2006.
Amy completed her Clinical Psychology Master’s degree (focus on behavioural medicine) in the USA in 2001; and completed a PhD in Psychology at Queensland University of Technology in 2011. She has been training and supervising post-graduate, provisionally registered and other psychologists since 2001 and is accredited as a clinical supervisor with the Psychology Board (AHPRA) and the APS Colleges of Clinical and Health Psychology. Amy is a Senior Lecturer with University of Southern Queensland. Throughout her career, Amy has been actively involved in numerous local and state-wide community and professional boards, advisory groups and clinical governance committees—including current membership on the Ipswich Hospital Foundation Board, and the APS Health Psychology National and QLD Executive Committees.
Niyara Gunewardena – Clinical Psychologist
BSc (Hons Psych) MClinPysch
Niyara is a warm and compassionate Clinical Psychologist with experience working with clients of all ages, in both public and private settings. Niyara has a special interest in working with children, young people and families. She has worked with children for over 12 years, and as a psychologist treating young people with severe and complex mental health difficulties for over 8 years.
Some of the issues she treats include:
- anxiety disorders
- mood disorders
- self-harm and suicidal ideation
- school difficulties
- parent-child relationship issues
- behavioural issues
- adjustment difficulties
- developmental difficulties
- grief and loss
- posttraumatic stress
- complex trauma
Niyara believes that a safe and comfortable therapeutic relationship is fundamental in helping individuals and families to discover their ‘key’ to living a full and meaningful life. She works collaboratively with each individual or family to build understanding, and to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to their unique needs.
In addition to completing her Masters in Clinical Psychology, Niyara has trained with leading experts in the field of complex trauma and attachment, and is also accredited in the Circle of Security and Triple P parenting programs. She practices from a family-focused and relationship-focused approach, incorporating strategies from ACT, CBT, DDP (Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy), Expressive therapies, and Attachment-based therapies.
Niyara is a clinical supervisor (STAP-accredited) and has experience supervising provisional psychologists, as well as clinical psychology and psychiatry registrars. She is passionate about providing high-quality and supportive supervision, tailored to a supervisee’s developmental needs.
AHPRA Registration number: PSY0001628286