Amy is an art therapist who is know for her as patience, insight, compassion, and creativity. She uses these skills to work with individuals processing grief, loss, medical diagnosis, trauma, depression, and anxiety. Amy uses art as part of the conversation to create metaphor, express feelings, explore strengths, and find meaning. Amy feels strongly that you do not need to be an artist in order to benefit from art therapy as the process of creating is frequently more rewarding than the finished product. She helps clients find their strengths with encouragement and support while working together with them to identify and work towards their goals.
Amy believes that every person has the ability to be their best selves and that her role is to help facilitate their journey by providing a safe and creative environment. She is dedicated to finding creative and individualized solutions to meet each client’s needs by meeting them where they are in their journey.
Outside of work Amy enjoys reading, playing board games, baking, and creating art whenever possible. She is also always up for going for a walk with her dog, family, or friends.