BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
Amanda brings 10 years of social work practice to her relationships with clients. She has worked with individuals and families, providing casework and psychotherapy. Amanda holds hope for her clients’ futures when they struggle with finding hope for themselves. She also believes everyone can live a full, meaningful life regardless of their barriers and stressors.
Amanda works with clients (and their families) of all ages, with goals of addressing mental distress. She has a practice interest in working with people going through transitions, such as becoming a parent, infertility, addressing a loss or grieving, being overwhelmed with responsibilities, or returning to work. Amanda also maintains a practice interest in supporting men addressing complex situations, such as the transition into fathering.
Amanda’s practice style is compassionate but direct. She eclectically incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy and brief (solution focused) therapy, into her sessions. She strives to ensure sessions are safe, comfortable and meaningful. Sessions can be conducted in person or virtually.