Amy Hollis is an LMSW from Haltom City, Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science at Texas Wesleyan University in 2013 before moving onto Brite Divinity School and Texas Christian University receiving a Master of Divinity and a Master of Social Work respectively. During this time, she worked with women within the criminal justice system, teens and families with the Family Tree Program, as well as geriatric patients receiving hospice care. From 2019-2023 she worked as a school social worker for KIPP Truth Elementary in South Oak Cliff partnering with teachers, administrators, and guardians to support students in reaching their social emotional goals. After years of working with individuals from all walks of life, Amy’s goal with each her clients is to assist them in fostering their own sense of self. Often, we already know the solutions to the problems we face, but the stress of life can make identifying them a challenge. By using a strength based, mindfulness centered approach Amy hopes to walk with her clients in their journeys towards those answers. Amy specializes in family, childhood, and adolescent populations, and utilizes multiple techniques such as mind-body connection, play, art, and mindfulness therapies so her clients can use their creative selves to explore their thoughts and feelings.