Amanda Hyde, M.A., NCC
Works with: Children, Families, Individuals, Groups
Specializes in: Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use Issues, Transitions, LGBTQAI concerns
Ms. Hyde is a counselor in residence who has experience working with a diverse set of clients, including those with a military background, members of the LGBTQAI population, children and their families, and individuals struggling with substance concerns. She regularly treats individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, and life transitions. Ms. Hyde uses a variety of approaches in individual, family, and group settings to address her client’s needs, this includes Art Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Amanda believes in taking a person-centered, holistic approach to therapy, and builds treatment around her client’s current strength and resources.
Amanda is currently working towards her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Neuropsychology at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University.
Clinical Approaches: Art Therapy, CBT
Degree: M.A., Marymount University