Amanda completed her Masters degree in social work from the University of Kentucky. Before transitioning to clinical social work- Amanda worked as a case manager for individuals from diverse backgrounds across the life spans. Recently, Amanda has served as a school counselor for middle and high school students. Amanda is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is passionate about partnering with individuals and families that have experienced trauma to address their emotional and mental health needs. She currently has openings for individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults for face to face or virtual sessions. Amanda has evening and weekend slots available.
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Who am I? Why am I here? Why am I not progressing? Why does my life seem to lack meaning, intimacy, and purpose?
Can we make this work? How do we stop arguing about the same thing? How do I communicate more clearly?
Why is my family so disfunctional? What is my role within my family? How do I make them understand me?
I feel bad. I want to yell, scream, and cry. Where is my mommy? Where is my daddy?
Am I alone? Are their others with the same struggles as me? Who can I turn to for empathy?
How do I take care of my grandchildren? Why can't I stop eating? Why am I terrified of public speaking?