Amanda Joy Robb

Sydney NSW
MA Sexology & Sexual Health
BA. Psychotherapy & Counselling,
BA. Journalism
Sex Therapist/Sexologist/Sexual Heath Educator & Teacher/Journalist & Psychotherapist
Lecturer- University of Sydney
Therapist- National NGO organisation
Private Sex Therapy & Psychotherapy Practice in Sydney
Freelance Writer
Amanda has been fortunate to utilise her qualifications (BA. Psychotherapy & Counselling, BA. Journalism & MA Sexology & Sexual Health) collectively in her professional career, giving her the opportunity to work as a therapist, an educator and in the media, contributing to various national and international publications.

As a Journalist, Columnist and Media Commentator, Amanda’s writing style can only be described as modern, bold and deliciously entertaining. Amanda advocates her keen interest in healthy sexuality through her monthly column in a national women’s magazine, as well as in many of her publishing’s on a regular basis. Not one to withhold information on sexual issues and scenarios, Amanda uses humor and wit in her words to highlight her vivacious personality and overall joy in working as a journalist. She continues to use her media presence to not only entertain her audience but also encourage them to make positive and ethical choices when it comes to their sexuality.

As a Therapist, Amanda’s expertise largely consists in supporting survivors of sexual trauma and violence. This experience has deepened her desire to support individuals to reclaim their sexuality after sexual trauma, a healing she is very passionate about.

Amanda also thrives in assisting clients to achieve sexual authenticity, confidence and fulfillment, all key factors in reaching sexual empowerment.
Amanda is often found in the media commentating on sexual health, dating, relationships, dysfunctions,and sexual problems.



Also working in the field of Education- Amanda is a lecturer in the HIV, STI’s and Sexual Health Masters Program at The University of Sydney- teaching in various topics such as Sex & Gender, Sexual Health Education & Sexual Dysfunctions & Psycho-Sexual Counselling. . She hopes to continue supporting the education of future Sexologists in years to come, alongside raising awareness on sexuality and relationships through various other education roles outside of academia.

Amanda is also a contributor on The Passion & Pleasure online program, created by Malcolm Day and Tracey Jewel. The program will assist couples in maintaining, re-establishing and increasing the passion in their relationships.
http://www.passionandpleasure.com/
I love being outdoors and active, exercise (running, swimming, boxing,yoga) and have a very colorful social life which i regularly enjoy with family and friends.
Amanda has been fortunate to utilise her qualifications (BA. Psychotherapy & Counselling, BA. Journalism & MA Sexology & Sexual Health) collectively in her professional career, giving her the opportunity to work as a therapist, an educator and in the media, contributing to various national and international publications.

As a Journalist, Columnist and Media Commentator, Amanda’s writing style can only be described as modern, bold and deliciously entertaining. Amanda advocates her keen interest in healthy sexuality through her monthly column in a national women’s magazine, as well as in many of her publishing’s on a regular basis. Not one to withhold information on sexual issues and scenarios, Amanda uses humor and wit in her words to highlight her vivacious personality and overall joy in working as a journalist. She continues to use her media presence to not only entertain her audience but also encourage them to make positive and ethical choices when it comes to their sexuality.

As a Therapist, Amanda’s expertise largely consists in supporting survivors of sexual trauma and violence. This experience has deepened her desire to support individuals to reclaim their sexuality after sexual trauma, a healing she is very passionate about.

Amanda also thrives in assisting clients to achieve sexual authenticity, confidence and fulfillment, all key factors in reaching sexual empowerment.
Amanda is often found in the media commentating on sexual health, dating, relationships, dysfunctions,and sexual problems.



Also working in the field of Education- Amanda is a lecturer in the HIV, STI’s and Sexual Health Masters Program at The University of Sydney- teaching in various topics such as Sex & Gender, Sexual Health Education & Sexual Dysfunctions & Psycho-Sexual Counselling. . She hopes to continue supporting the education of future Sexologists in years to come, alongside raising awareness on sexuality and relationships through various other education roles outside of academia.

Amanda is also a contributor on The Passion & Pleasure online program, created by Malcolm Day and Tracey Jewel. The program will assist couples in maintaining, re-establishing and increasing the passion in their relationships.
http://www.passionandpleasure.com/
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