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Amy is a licensed psychologist with a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. Amy started her career doing Social Security Disability assessment and Vocational Rehabilitation. She also has experience facilitating bereavement and grief support groups, providing therapeutic support to those who have lost a loved one, answering a domestic violence crisis line, and assisting residents in a domestic violence shelter. At MHS, Amy provides individual therapy for adults and adolescents and facilitates Adult One-Day DBT program. Amy additionally helped to develop and launch our Thrive Program for Psychological Well-Being and Chronic Pain as well as our Thrive Program for Psychological Well-Being and Cancer. Amy uses a Cognitive-Behavioral approach with her clients. Her favorite thing about working in mental health is helping people help themselves.
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