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About Amy: 

I was a new mother when the Covid shut down started and quickly had to shift my, then in person, therapy practice to a telehealth platform. My husband was called to work in the NYC ICUs and I remained at home with a 4 month old and a pocket of clients who had all just learned the same news that  I had: we were in a pandemic. 

With no childcare options due to the contagiousness of the virus, I was forced to ask my clients one by one if they'd be comfortable if I had a baby on my knee when we met. Their grace came pouring out. We were in this thing together. I had no idea how the next few years would change not only my therapy work but also myself. Being a healer during the pandemic forever altered how I see and value the beauty and gift of this role. 

Many that found me during the years of the pandemic were in healing professions. Between witnessing the work those in medicine were doing through my husband's profession and then being able to also see the work that teachers, social workers, therapists, and those in the non-profit sector were doing through my own practice, I felt myself being drawn to work with Healers exclusively. 

I was drawn due to the tremendous beauty of their sacrifice during that time. I was also drawn because I knew that the mental well being of our healers should be of our utmost concern. For it is only if they are well that we all can be well. 

If we begin our work together you can expect an approach that ebbs and flows with whatever it is you come to our session with. If that is celebration, we will laugh. If it is burden, then we will carry it together.  If it is a need for honesty, we will share that too. 

My goal for you is simple- I want to leave you feeling a little more able to do the work that you do. 

Your goal for you we will discover together. 

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