Amy believes that the things you struggle with now have roots in your experiences and relationships from the past. Whether you have lived with a mental illness for a long time or are having difficulty adjusting to a recent event in your life, therapy can help you uncover insights about yourself that can lead to real, lasting change.
Finding the right match between therapist and client can be the key to healing. Amy views therapy as collaborative process, founded on safety and authentic connection. Amy knows that you are the expert on your experiences and values careful listening and empathy.
Amy enjoys working with many types of clients, including people who have experienced trauma, people with anxiety or OCD, and people who need support through relationship, parenting, or fertility challenges. Amy also has experience with the LGBTQ+ and Christian communities.
Amy is pursuing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northeastern Illinois University. She is currently a clinical intern working towards obtaining her LPC licensure in the Summer of 2023.