My counseling integrates current psychological theory and technique with a Christian worldview. I strive to meet each client where they are in their own unique journey and come alongside them to work toward a healthy and more meaningful life. My goal is to create a safe and supportive environment for each client so that healing and change can occur.
Years in Practice: 15+ Years
School: Denver Seminary
License No. and State: LPC 64327 Texas
Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas, License Number 64327. She received her Bachelors in Human Development and Psychology at Texas Tech and received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2004. Amy is married and has two children.
Amy believes that counseling can be a crucial part of reaching your personal potential. She strives to come alongside each client in their journey and assist them in reaching their goals. She desires to explore each unique story, in order for the client to increase awareness, gain new skills and implement practical strategies for a healthier and more purposeful life.
Above all, she hopes to create a safe space for healing to occur. Amy counsels from a Christian worldview and values integrating the entire person, spiritual, mental, physical and emotional. She has specialized training in Gottman Theory for couples counseling, as well as Attachment Theory through TBRI. Her experience includes residential treatment with teens, crisis counseling with families, Travis County Correctional facilities, and Austin Stone Counseling Center. She is also a Board-Approved LPC Supervisor.