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Amy has a master’s degree in clinical psychology with a specialty in alcohol and drug counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LADC). Amy is the program coordinator for the Integrated Dual Disorder DBT program for adults struggling with mental illness and chemical dependency. Her clinical duties at MHS include facilitating group therapy, providing individual therapy, completing diagnostic and chemical health assessments, and providing clinical supervision. Amy is DBT certified, highlights client’s strengths and successes in therapy, and is an advocate for a holistic approach to wellness. Her favorite thing about working in mental health is meeting people with extraordinary resilience and having the opportunity to help people work toward healthier and happier lives.
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