Committee Information

The following members of the APS Branch Committee have been elected by APS members in a particular geographical area. Please feel free to contact the  Branch Committee members with any queries or suggestions about the activities and events which they organise for all APS members in this area.


Adj A/Prof Amanda Gordon
Phone: 0411428250
As Past President of the APS (2004-2008), I have a love of the Society and a real belief in the value of membership. I see the Branch as the "home" of each member, and will work to enhance connections between us.

I am an endorsed Health and Clinical Psychologist, with over 30 years of private practice to my name. In my practice I specialise in relationship work.

I supervise members towards endorsement as well as more generally to enhance their practice. I love teaching and have provided webinars and workshops through the APS Institute and independently.

I have taken on this role for 2018, to support the wonderful branch committee members in developing confidence in the work that they do for the Branch. I encourage members to engage with me and the committee to ensure we are a relevant force for you.

I was founder of the Bendi Lango indigenous bursary and Psychology Week. I look forward to hearing how we can actualise your ideas for the Branch and the APS generally.


Ms Sandra Scott
A member of the College of Educational & Developmental Psychologists, most of my career has been at the coalface of child and adolescent mental health, in primary and secondary schools.

I have a strong interest in the application of neuroscience and the burgeoning evidence base of non-pharmacological treatments for psychiatric conditions.

I believe that the skills of psychologists are under-recognised across Australian society in education, health, justice and many other sectors. Our scope and our challenge is enormous. Through APS we may collectively advance the utility and cause of our profession, reduce the stigma of mental illness and showcase the wide applicability of psychology. I feel passionate about the APS Believe in Change campaign. My belief in change is the reason I decided to study the brain, mind and human potential.

Through my role as Secretary of Sydney Branch I aim to support communication, and our strength as a united profession.


Mrs Eva Fera

Committee Member

Ms Rose Evans
I have recently completed my 4+2 internship and gained registration. Because of my experiences as a provisional psychologist I am passionate about my role as Early Career Psychologist Representative for the Sydney Branch. I present regular PD for provisional psychologists on Surviving the National Psychology Exam and can often be found on the facebook forums for provisional psychs if you have a question about the registration process.

I also love assessment and I am the National Supervising Psychologist for Australian Mensa.

I have had previous careers in wine marketing and teaching high school. I have 4 children, 2 beagles and a husband. I enjoy pottering in the garden with my chickens, though I have a black thumb, reading science fiction, doing jigsaw puzzles and I am teaching myself how to code to make an iPad app for psychologists.

Please email me if you have any registration or early career questions or suggestions for PD.

Committee Member

Dr Henry Luiker

Committee Member

Ms Annie Clark
Annie Clark is a Psychologist with 20 years experience in Clinical Practice. She specialises in Depression, Anxiety, Sport Psychology, Trauma, Victims Counselling and Positive Psychology. She holds a B.A. (Hons) Psychology degree and a Master of Clinical Psychology degree. She is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and a Committee Member of the Sydney Branch of the APS. She is a registered Psychologist with Medicare, Victims Services, Department of Defence, WorkCover and ATAPS. She loves to exercise in her spare time and is passionate about promoting exercise as an adjunctive treatment for depression.

Committee Member

Ms Natalie Mamone