Amanda’s practice embodies the Hakomi principles of organicity, nonviolence, mindfulness, unity, and body-mind connection. Amanda works cooperatively with her clients, supporting their unique and organic unfolding toward wholeness. She is trauma-responsive and works with issues related to depression, anxiety, spirituality, domestic violence, communication, relationships, parenting, and grief. Amanda believes life is a journey and is passionate about working with those who seek to live authentic and empowered lives.
Amanda received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from WMU and is fully licensed. She has been trained in EMDR, Hakomi, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and TF-CBT. Her roots are in depth psychology. Amanda is Poly Aware and enjoys working with the LGBTQIA+ community.