Amy L. Jenkins, MMFT, LPC-Intern
Amy holds a bachelor’sdegree in Ministry Leadership from Moody Bible College in Chicago. Amy is a recent graduate from Abilene Christian University and recently acquired the status of LPC-Intern. Amy is working under the supervision of Dr. Bryan Duncan, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC. Amy’s goal is to empower couples and individuals to overcome personal obstacles to improve their quality of life and relationships using clinically tested and evidence-based interventions.
Amy can work with individuals, couples, and families.Amy’s previous experience includes working with veterans, firstresponders, and their families while being at Stay the Course in Fort Worth Texas. While at Stay the Course, Amy has gained experience with PTSD, depression, and the toll of deployment on the solider and those left stateside. Amy is trained as a Gottman Level 1 couples’counselor and in EMDR. Due to Amy’s Intern status, she will be offering sessions for a $50/ 50-minute session. Amy is also available for distance counseling. Please feel free to reach out to her via email: [email protected] .
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