Amy received her masters degree in art therapy from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She utilizes art-based interventions based on the clients needs. Amy supports clients in a holistic approach, encompassing the entire individual with a practice including mindfulness. She also has a range of cognitive behavioral therapies, psycho-education, relaxation techniques and expressive therapies. She collaborates with the client and their families to create mindfulness, assertiveness and coping skills to change their lives in a positive way.
Amy has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in hospitals, in-clinic and in-home settings. Amy takes great effort in guiding clients in discovering their strengths to modify their thinking and behaviors in order to live more satisfying and productive lives.
Amy is jewelry designer and painter and enjoys helping others use their creative process.
Masters Degree: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Bachelors Degree: Art & Finance , University of Minnesota/Carlson Business School
Licensure: Professional Clinical Counselor , Registered Art Therapist
Special Clinical Interests
Children, Adolescents: Yes