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                                                                                         Amy L. Walsh, MS

                                                                                           

                                                                                            Marriage and Family Therapist

                                                                                      Special Education and School Specialist








Amy is a Marriage & Family Therapist working toward licensure as an Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her focus is on children, adolescents, teens, and families. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University, a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Georgia College and State University, as well as a Master’s degree in Reading and Literacy from Walden University.

Amy is trained in Strategic, Solution-Focused, Narrative, Emotionally Focused, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy models. She is also a Prime for Life certified substance abuse and anger management facilitator. As a special education teacher and as a county level Behavior Specialist, Amy has extensive experience working with students and families of students with a wide range of special needs. She has extensive experience in assisting students with learning difficulties or behavioral issues. She has skills to support children, adolescents, and teenagers working with their families in dealing with a variety of issues including ADHD, ODD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression, peer relationships, learning problems, anger problems, aggression, and more. Amy offers individual, group, and family sessions for all ages. She is available evenings and weekends to accommodate client needs. She currently does not accept any insurance plans, but offers a sliding scale fee for self-pay clients.

 
Areas of interest include:

Parent Education
Child and Adolescent Therapy
Divorce Adjustment
IEP/504 Education
Parent-Child Conflict
Social Skills
Anger/Aggression
Special Education
School Motivation/Behavior Issues
Teen Issues
Empowering Parents
Autism
ADHD