Amanda received her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University along with extensive clinical training at The Family Institute’s Bette D. Harris Family and Child Clinic. She is trained in individual, couples, and family therapy. Amanda’s approach to therapy is grounded in an integration of theory and draws on the strengths of the individual. Amanda has also received post-graduate training in Child Parent Psychotherapy, as well as in the assessment and treatment of perinatal mood disorders.
Amanda received her Bachelors Degree at Northwestern University in Human Development and Psychological Services. Her interest in development throughout the life cycle, particularly in its earliest phases, most influences her work.
Amanda lived and worked in Chicago and surrounding suburbs for a number of years before relocating to Providence, RI.
Amanda and her husband are also parents to children conceived both naturally and via IVF.