About Amy

Joyful moments, personal challenges, and at times, devastating hardships are all things that we encounter throughout our lives at one time or another. I believe it is our tenacity and resilience that help us adapt, overcome, and seek to develop better behaviors for facing difficult times. Although change may cause stress and anxiety, it can also bring about positive life transformations. Knowing how and which steps to take to rediscover lost hope may be a bit of a challenge. It is during this time in your life that I would be honored to join your journey and walk with you. Exploring ways to achieve a healthier, happier, and more rewarding life is a courageous move and I applaud you for taking the first step.


Supervised by Gary Henderson, LMFT #7053 and Krysta Dancy LMFT #48056, www.theplacewithincounselingcenter.com.

As an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, it is my pleasure to work with individuals, couples, families and adolescents in a safe, trusting and caring environment with a goal of building a collaborative relationship. 

Education

My educational background includes earning a Bachelor’s degree at California State University, Sacramento and a Master’s degree in Psychology at National University.