Amy (she/her/hers) is entering her third year at St. Cloud State University (SCSU) in their CACREP-accredited and Trauma-Informed Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) Masters Program. She previously earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bemidji State University.
Currently, Amy also works at SCSU’s mental health clinic, where she has experience treating clients with Depression, Anxiety, Disordered Eating, and Adjustment Disorders. The CMHC program provides trauma-informed education, so she is well-equipped to treat clients who have experienced or are experiencing traumatic events. Amy has a special interest in working with adolescents, young adults, couples and family systems.
Clinically, Amy’s theoretical practice is grounded in a Humanistic and Person-Centered approach and emphasizes the importance of the client’s story and perspective. Amy works by joining her clients, acknowledging and validating their lived experiences, and creating a safe space that welcomes all feelings and emotions that may arise. When working with clients, Amy leads with empathy and celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion by taking an individualized approach to each client.
*This provider is supervised by a licensed mental health professional.
- B.A. - Bemidji State University