Amber is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Art Therapist whom has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages and their families. She has worked in several different settings, from inpatient mental health to private practice, and has provided outpatient group therapy to a variety of populations. Amber attended Naropa University in Boulder, CO where she obtained her Master of Arts in studies related to counseling, spirituality, mindfulness techniques and art therapy. At WMU, she has taught “creativity and healing” at a graduate level. Using a person- centered approach, she is passionate about helping others cope with anxiety, depression, trauma, difficult life transitions and the vulnerabilities these experiences may cause. Her education and experience make her well suited to work with children coping with divorce, including co-parenting support; children and adults with trauma, attachment issues, mood and personality disorders, and or behavioral issues related to RAD, ADHD, ODD, sensory integration issues and ASD. She utilizes evidence-based treatment approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused CBT and as a trained couples counselor, The Gottman Method. Amber welcomes and encourages all, in walk of life, orientation and or identity to find
their own creative path toward healing.