Amy uses her warm personality along with her relational approach to engage her clients in the therapeutic process. She has a supportive, collaborative relationship with clients, allowing for deep personal growth and healing.
She also uses practical, solution focused interventions to tailor therapy to meet the specific needs of each individual client. Her specialties are working with women who struggle with stress and anxiety, depression, women’s wellness issues, difficult life transitions, relationship issues, and job related concerns. Amy uses an empowerment perspective to help clients explore their inner selves to find their personal strengths.
Amy holds a Masters degree in Social Work with a Clinical focus in Mental Health from The University of Maryland, School of Social Work. Throughout her Master’s degree, she worked with a variety of individuals with a range of issues to help them find the paths to happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives. Amy is also certified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), a specialized training to help individuals and organizations during crises. She is also a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). Amy has become a member of the National Association of Professional Women, an organization recognizing the country’s most accomplished professional women.
In order to reach out to more individuals in need, Amy opened her own private practice, Another Look at Healing, LLC – now called Gaithersburg Counseling Center in Montgomery County, MD. The focus of this practice is on you, the client, and what your needs are. While Amy is not currently taking on any new therapy clients at this time, the other therapists here at the center have openings and will be seeing new clients. For questions about an appointment with Amy or one of our other therapists, please feel free to call our office administrator at 240-274-5680 or email Admin@HealingLLC.com and we can answer any questions you have.
Amy also offers coaching services to clinicians who are looking to start or grow their private practices. For more information, visit www.PracticeDevelopmentCoaching.com.