Amy has a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She enjoys working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and couples. Her clinical approach is informed by family systems theory, using Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT), as well as Self-Compassion-focused therapy techniques.
Amy believes that building a connection with your therapist is the most important foundation for therapy. She desires to genuinely listen to and understand her clients' stories and concerns from their perspectives. She values helping her clients feel seen and known. Her clients can expect to feel understood, validated and cared for in their work together, as she cultivates a warm and accepting environment for therapy. As someone who has struggled with periods of depression, anxiety, loss, and several life transitions, Amy believes in the value of having someone walk alongside you during these difficult times and receiving the support you need.
Amy works with individuals experiencing issues related to depression, anxiety, grief, loss, life transitions, stress, burnout, spirituality, work, communication and relationships.
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