Amy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who sees individuals, children, couples and families. She received her undergraduate degree from Westmont College, Certificate of Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, Masters in Education from California Lutheran University, and Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hope International University. She is trained in evidence-based approaches such as somatic experience, EMDR, and play therapy. Amy is passionate about helping clients overcome obstacles that hinder their process of actualizing their goals and dreams. Amy has been pastor’s wife for 18 years, with 8 years of senior pastor’s wife experience. She understands much of church leadership dynamics and challenges. She enjoys helping believers navigate through church hurt and trauma. Amy is also passionate about using faith in Christ as the primary source of healing.