Amy is a licensed professional counselor whose focus is to help those suffering in the present because of unresolved traumatic experiences in the past. She also provides care and support to other counselors/helping professionals, assisting in the processing of vicarious trauma.
Amy’s goals are to help clients find resolution and healing from the impacts of traumatic experiences, grief and loss; to help people in relationships learn to listen better to each other. She aspires to be fully present, to offer a dialogue in which each person becomes truly visible.
Her primary areas of practice include trauma/PTSD and grief, working especially with adult survivors of sexual abuse and survivors of suicide loss, and integrating spirituality with healing. Amy sees individual adults (18+), including LGTBQ, with an emphasis on women.
She co-facilitates Survivors of Suicide (SOS), a suicide bereavement support group.
Prior to opening her own practice, Amy worked for the Pastoral Institute in Columbus.
Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Georgia and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She is certified in EMDR therapy for trauma and in providing telemental health.