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What thoughts race through your mind as you go through the day? What thoughts have become obstacles? Do those thoughts hold you captive in states of anxiety and depression? Do they make you feel unsafe, insecure, and isolated, even when we are surrounded by others? Do these thoughts make relationships complicated and responsibilities seem impossible? Are your mental and emotional stressors affecting your physical well-being in ways like physical pain, fatigue, sensory intolerance, brain fog, and inability to focus? Exploring your thoughts and feelings can be difficult, but you do not have to walk through this process alone.

In addition to being a therapist, I am also an RN which allows me to integrate both skill sets into my therapeutic approach. I draw from experiential, trauma-sensitive, and mindful-based practices using tools from a variety of theories that are individualized, for what you need, not one-size-fits-all.

With my combined experience in nursing and counseling, I am able to provide the compassionate, safe, and understanding environment you need to grow and heal. It would be my privilege to assist you in exploring and navigating your needs. Graduating from Liberty allows me to integrate Christianity into therapy ONLY with the client’s request and signed consent.

About Amy: About Me
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