Amy is a licensed clinical psychotherapist and has been practicing in the Houston area for fifteen years. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Baylor University and was then accepted into the Peace Corps where she served as a volunteer for two years in Cape Verde, West Africa. Upon returning to The States, she attended The University of Texas at Austin and received her Master's in Social Work. Prior to entering private practice, Amy worked as a primary therapist at the Center for Recovering Families at The Council on Recovery.
Amy specializes in addiction, codependency, depression, eating disorders, family of origin issues, relationship issues, and substance abuse. She gives presentations and trainings to the public and mental health professionals on addiction and eating disorders. She is a state board approved supervisor and provides clinical supervision for licensed master social workers who are working towards their clinical licensure, as well as, provides consultation to fellow clinicians seeking support.
Amy is a Certified First Responder Counselor by Academy Hour and a Certified Group Practitioner by the American Group Psychotherapy Association. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, Houston Eating Disorder Specialists and the Houston Group Psychotherapy Society.
In her spare time, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and their children, their dogs, visiting with family, having coffee with friends, traveling, reading, yoga and being a Girl Scout Troop leader.