Therapeutic Style:

Amber believes that everyone makes sense in the context of their story, which reflects in her therapeutic style of extending empathy, holding space for hope, and providing a judgment-free conversation to aid clients in navigating towards health and wholeness.

Educational History:

Amber graduated from Lee University in 2016, where she received a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, and she is currently seeking her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Trevecca Nazarene University.

Certifications/Experience:

Amber is currently receiving training in comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Training (DBT).
Populations of interest: LGBTQIA+, spiritual trauma, depression & anxiety, suicidal ideation & self-harm, and children & teens

Favorite self-care:

Long drives, hammocking with a good book, blogging, fishing, and weekly poker nights

Hobbies:

Creative writing, coffee enthusiast, reading, watching reality television, and playing music/guitar

Strengths:

Restorative, empathy, developer, belief, curiosity, openness, and woo; 2w3