Insurance Accepted: Self-Pay
Phone: Ext. 730
As a professional clinical counselor, Amanda comes alongside her clients with compassion and hope. Through the counseling relationship, she helps clients address the challenges that accompany anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts, grief and major life transitions. She works with older children and adults as they take steps to improve their mental and emotional health, and she has extensive experience working with pregnant and postpartum women as they navigate the complex transition into motherhood. When working with clients from all backgrounds, Amanda incorporates strengths from her background in communications and leadership development to help them identify their goals and take positive steps toward those goals.
Amanda has a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College and a Master of Arts in Religion from Yale University.
While Amanda is thankful for her Midwestern roots, she also has enjoyed living in other parts of the country and the world, including England, New York City, and Connecticut. She resides in Columbus with her husband and children. When she isn’t counseling, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and friends, eating good food, exercising, traveling, and reading books for pleasure and personal growth. She is very involved in her church as well.