Amy White, LPC
Amy holds a B.A. in Psychology, Skidmore College, and M.A. in Professional Psychology, Geneva College and is a licensed professional counselor in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Florida. She has extensive experience as a coach, counselor, co-strategist and therapist. Amy has worked as an individual, marital, and group counselor in both inpatient and outpatient clinical settings. She has served in executive roles for three non-profit agencies, where she has been strategically involved in human resource/people management; facilities, and operational roles; staff and leadership development; conflict management and resolution; community/partner building; and strategic planning.
Amy works from a strength-based approach. Her focus is empowering clients to make life-changing choices on the path to fulfilling their life vision. Her expertise lies in identifying and resolving barriers, such as bringing closure to unresolved grief, fear, guilt and shame. Amy has also done extensive work in grief issues and providing trauma-informed care.
Executive Leadership Teams
Areas of Expertise:
Creating Successful Blended Families
Women’s Issues—self-esteem, relationship issues, balancing work/life
Workplace Challenges, including conflict resolution
Masters, Professional Psychology, Geneva College
Developing Effective Communication in Personal and Professional Relationship
The Role of Various Personality Types in Team Building
Identifying Motivational Factors in Career Choices
Discovering and Implementing Healthy Ways to Manage Negative Emotions
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), State of Georgia, Pennsylvania and Florida