Amy is licensed by the state of Texas as a Marriage and Family Therapist (2015) and Professional Counselor (2016). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Leadership & Ministry from Harding University (2011) and a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University (2013). She is a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Amy works with couples, families, and individuals ages 4 and older. Her areas of special interest include relationship issues, anxiety, intimacy issues, depression, grief, and trauma. She utilizes sand tray, puppets, and a variety of play therapy techniques in her work with children. Amy is also a Twogether in Texas provider for premarital counseling.
Amy believes her clients have a wealth of resources for bettering their lives and deepening their connection with others, and therapy works to help remove the barriers and beliefs that keep these resources out of reach. She desires for therapy to be a place where clients feel safe, accepted, understood, and empowered. She deeply enjoys the work that she does, and feels it is a great honor to walk alongside her clients through difficult and significant points in their lives.
In addition to maintaining a full time practice at Turning Point Counseling, Amy serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Marriage and Family Studies at Abilene Christian University. She is married and enjoys traveling, cooking, and working in youth ministry with her husband, Kyle.Returning Clients Click Here to Schedule