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Doctoral Psychology Intern

Amy earned her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Denver and is currently completing her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Fordham University. She has experience working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship stress, body image concerns, general life stress, and those who have experienced trauma. Amy also has experience working as an executive functioning coach providing support for individuals with Autism, ADHD, and anxiety. Amy is currently working towards becoming a dance/movement therapist and hopes to incorporate mind-body connection in her therapeutic work.

Amy strongly believes that therapy is a collaborative process. She strives to give clients autonomy in therapy, build off the strengths they already have, and empower them to find their ideal path in life.

When she’s not working, Amy enjoys dancing, doing yoga, hiking, baking, and playing with her cat Luna.

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Education

  • BA: Psychology, University of North Texas
  • BFA: Dance, University of North Texas
  • MA: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Denver

The thing you'd most like to do

Amy hopes to begin exploring and hiking in national parks.

Areas of Interest

Body image and eating concerns, mind-body connection, dance/movement therapy, anxiety, identity exploration, multicultural and feminist therapy, values identification, and trauma-informed care.

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