Aimee Hanson

Adolescents, Adult ADHD, Adult ASD, Children, EMDR, Mental Injury Assessor, Therapist

PGDipClinPsyc, MA (Distinction), PGCertFamSystemicTherapies, MNZCCP



Aimee has been working as Clinical Psychologist over the last 16 years to help individuals and families make substantial improvements in their mental well-being.


In addition to her clinical psychology training, Aimee is a formally qualified and experienced Family Therapist. She enjoys assisting families to improve relationships and overall family functioning by coming to therapy together.


She has a special interest in anxiety, trauma, dissociation and comprehensive assessments (including Adult ASD and Adult ADHD). She is experienced in treating PTSD, phobias, OCD, excessive worry and panic. She particularly enjoys providing EMDR and Attachment-Based Family Therapy.


Aimee currently spends much of her work time conducting specialty assessments on behalf of ACC. She accepts referrals from ACC and Lead Providers for Mental Injury Assessments (Sensitive Claims and Physical Injury) and Treatment Reviews (Sensitive Claims only). She has a specialist interest in conducting complex trauma assessments, particularly for clients with concerns regarding pathological dissociation (including Dissociative Identity Disorder).


Aimee is a specialist report writer for the Family Court.


Aimee is a member of the NZ College of Clinical Psychologists, EMDRNZ and International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD).


When not working at The Psychology Hub, Aimee does her best to juggle life at home with 3 kids and an oversized Retrodoodle.


Aimee is not currently accepting new therapy clients, although is accepting referrals for Mental Injury assessments.