Contact Details
Name: Amber Tritt
Specialist Areas: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol & drug issues, Anxiety, Assertiveness training, Attachment, Depression, Divorce/separation, Emotion regulation, Grief and bereavement, Life transition & adjustment issues, Mental health, Mood disorders, Pain management, Post traumatic stress disorder, Professional burnout, Professional supervision, Rehabilitation/injury counselling, Relationships, Self-esteem & self development, Sexual abuse, Shyness & social skills deficits, Trauma, Work stress
Treatment Areas: Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Brief intervention, Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Critical incident stress debriefing, Emotion focussed therapy, Mindfulness-based therapies, Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Schema therapy
Client Types: Adult
Address: The Nelson Clinic
319 Hardy Street
Nelson 7010
Practice Name: Amber Tritt Psychology
Location: Nelson
Phone: 027 554 0265
Bio: Amber is a Clinical Psychologist and has been practicing for over ten years in the areas of helping people adjust to life change and manage physical and mental health difficulties. She trained in New Zealand at Victoria University, working for a few years in Wellington, and then spent seven years in Melbourne, returning home to Nelson to practice a few years ago.  
She has specialist and international experience working as a Senior Psychologist leading chronic pain programs and is currently the clinical leader for pain services at The Nelson Clinic.
She has also worked with various other clinical presentations in private and public settings ranging from overcoming trauma, depression, addiction and anxiety through to managing periods of stress and relationship issues.  She provides ACC funded psychological services, sensitive claims assessment and intervention, as well as private insurance and private pay services.  
Amber works from CBT, ACT, Schema Therapy and Intensive Short Term Psychodynamic models, and particularly enjoys helping people transition through times of life change and to identify and break unhelpful emotional and behaviour patterns from family or origin and other life experiences.

Amber also provides some input under the PHO funded PMHI funding scheme via GP's.


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