Fostering change and healing through unconditional positive acceptance, Amy strives to create a warm, inviting, and safe environment for all of her clients. She has a passion for helping individuals reach their mental wellness goals and has done so in a variety of settings including Texas Works programs, public schools, foster care, residential treatment, and therapeutic counseling.
Originally from Baytown, Texas, Amy has spent the majority of her professional life in both Austin and DFW. Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in Family Studies at Lubbock Christian University, and a Master’s degree in Counseling at Seminary of the Southwest. Amy is trained in family systems, relational therapy, person-centered counseling, cognitive-behavioral techniques, and spiritual integration (of any and all faiths). An LGBTQ ally and social justice advocate, Amy welcomes connecting with individuals from all multicultural backgrounds. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, Bipolar disorders, relationship/love addiction, codependency, crisis intervention, work-life balance, women’s issues, and spiritual concerns.
Away from work, Amy loves spending time with her husband and daughter, and their two fluffy pups, Minnie and Mickey. She also enjoys dancing, attending live concerts, reading, organizing, being in nature, interior design, and home renovation.