Amy (she/they) aims to provide a grounded, authentic, and empowering presence for clients of all identities to grow and heal through connection and self exploration. She works collaboratively to support clients in deconstructing harmful internalized messages, exploring identity, processing experiences of trauma, and managing relational and personal challenges.
Amy provides individual and group counseling for ages 17+. She works with clients navigating anxiety, depression, transitions, relational challenges, identity, trauma, and academic and career challenges. She is LGBTQ+, disability, and neurodivergence affirming, and has a special interest in working with clients who hold these identities.
Amy works from an intersectional feminist and person-centered foundation, and integrates somatic, polyvagal, mindfulness, and eco-therapy approaches. Amy brings a shame-free, strengths-based, and anti-oppression lens to her counseling work.
Amy holds a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University Seattle and is completing a certificate in Ecopsychology from Lewis and Clark College. Her background in environmental and anti-bias work has informed her counseling identity and passion for equitable, accessible, and culturally sensitive mental health care. When not working or studying, Amy enjoys knitting, playing games, hiking, and reading memoirs.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Anxiety & Depression