Amy’s focus is the manner in which humans are shaped through the process of relationship. She understands that, over the course of a life, there are times when we need specific supports. She sees therapy as a means of intentionally exploring and attending to this process—which can unfold for us previously unimagined perspectives, choices, and experiences that light the way to overcome life’s challenges. In Amy’s practice, she draws from the principles of the humanistic perspective, attachment, neuroscience, and mindfulness. She will receive her MA in Psychology from Brandman University (Marriage & Family Therapy emphasis) in May 2021. In Amy’s free time, she enjoys chess, fiction writing, and discovering and exploring new hiking paths.