Amy has years of experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings supporting individuals, families, and children. Most recently, she has been serving children and teens with behavioral and emotional problems stemming from family issues and/or emotional, physical, and/or sexual trauma.
In addition, Amy has experience working with anxiety, anger and aggression, depression, relational issues, and trauma. Amy is trained in EMDR and has used in sandtray therapy and Trauma Informed Care in her service to clients. In all cases, she uses a variety of different therapy tools to fit the client’s individual needs, strengths, and goals.
If she is not at the office serving people, you will likely find Amy volunteering at a local animal shelter. She loves cats! So much so, she has adopted five cats. Amy shares that she finds animals to be extremely therapeutic, comforting, and loving. Although cats might be her first love, she is also a dog lover and has a German Shepherd pup.