The majority of her experience has been with adults diagnosed with severe chronic mental illness, as well as intellectual disabilities, and couples and families. Amanda also has extensive experience with adults, and children with a variety of diagnoses, such as psychotic, anxiety, mood, co-occurring disorders and developmental disabilities. She is a board member of NAMI Main Line, PA and is passionate about mental health advocacy on both the state and national level. Amanda currently provides clinical supervision for masters level clinicians looking to obtain licensure. Amanda has a strong person-centered approach, but has received training in Recovery Oriented Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-R), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), psychodynamic theory, systems theory and principles of psychiatric rehabilitation, which all greatly influence her approach as a clinician. Amanda enjoys incorporating creative/non-verbal interventions when appropriate, such as movement, music, art making and play.