Amy Dowd, LPC, CDCA II

Amy Dowd LPC, is experienced in treating a wide array of mental health and emotional concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, Adult ADHD, grief, low self-esteem, career change, life transition, families with Special Needs children, addiction issues and relationship difficulties. Amy provides therapy with an integrative approach, using evidence-based modalities within a person-centered framework that provides therapy driven by the client. As a warm and empathetic collaborator, Amy creates a therapeutic space that is conducive to insight and change. This approach fosters a therapeutic context allowing clients to overcome challenges, connect to their resiliency, and become their best self. Amy is LGBTQ+ allied and neurodiversity-affirming, committed to offering a safe space for all clients. Amy is a longtime advocate of mental health equity and awareness, a member of Counselors for Social Justice, The International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, and emeritus co-chair of the Anti-Oppressive Praxis Clinicians Working Group. She enjoys working with families & adults of all ages.