Amy named her practice Therapeace because she knows that
"Peace is Possible."
As a therapist, Amy is a compassionate and active listener, and messenger of hope for positive solutions that bring her clients the peace that they seek. She is committed to a standard of excellence in her therapeutic professional and ethical responsibilities, and maintains integrity and respect in her work and for her clients.
In therapy she draws on her professional education and extensive life experience, including a background in health sciences from Loyola University, her MSW with a specialization in clinical practice, and ongoing formal and informal studies in theology and spirituality. Combined, these assets allow her to make the mind-body-spiritual connection to approach therapy in a holistic manner (taking into account all of somebody's physical, mental, spiritual as well as social and environmental conditions), broadening the scope of a client’s therapeutic process.
Amy is a skilled clinician with substantive clinical experience including therapeutic assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and therapy.