Amanda is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in the state of Kentucky. She earned her BA in Psychology and Art History from the University of Arizona and went on to obtain a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from California State University, Sacramento. Prior to relocating to Louisville, she worked as a teacher and counselor in Oakland, CA.
As a counselor Amanda uses a strengths-based approach and works collaboratively with each client to ensure their success. She believes in meeting each client where they are and using an eclectic blend of techniques that best meet the client’s needs. She has attended trainings on Somatic and Hakomi Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Family Sculpting, Mindfulness and more. In her work with couples she has completed the Level 1 Gottman Training.
Amanda has experience in working with adults, children, couples and families facing a variety of treatment issues including, but not limited to:
- Grief & Loss
- Terminal Illness
- Phase of Life Changes
- Self esteem & Identity
She also runs the Improv for Anxiety Group in conjunction with the Louisville Improvisors.