Amy earned her Bachelor of Social Work from Weber State University in 2021. She completed her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at the University of Kentucky in 2022. Amy has worked in the mental health field for the last decade in a variety of settings, including adolescent residential treatment centers, and as a case manager and student advocate for Ogden School District. Through these work opportunities, Amy discovered a passion for helping others improve their mental health.
Amy has received training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Sexual Offenders and worked with this population for the duration of her internship while working on her master’s degree. She currently focuses her work with individuals and families affected by depression, anxiety, trauma, compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress triggered by high-stress jobs (emergency services, nurses, teachers. etc.). Amy works collaboratively with clients, using evidenced-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She aims to help clients find strategies to thrive in their circumstances, and to adapt and grow with the changes life brings.