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.
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.
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
Long drives, hammocking with a good book, blogging, fishing, and weekly poker nights
Creative writing, coffee enthusiast, reading, watching reality television, and playing music/guitar
Restorative, empathy, developer, belief, curiosity, openness, and woo; 2w3