Amy Couchman began her career in 1997, supporting teenagers, families, adults and couples. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor trained in  EMDR. She holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education, with an emphasis in Couples and  Family Therapy, from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell College. Amy incorporates her Jack Russell Terrier,  Fancy, into her work. As a highly trained, certified therapy dog, Fancy’s physical presence and affection during a session tends to put clients at ease. Kids, in particular, feel at home with Fancy around.

Amy’s clients describe her as “a gentle force.” She is rarely rattled and provides a calm, gentle sense of direction. Then, when it’s least expected, she busts out a sarcastic comment that leaves everyone in stitches. Amy enjoys the opportunity to be a part of the change in the lives of her clients. She never takes for granted what a privilege it is to be trusted with peoples’ most vulnerable and painful experiences.