Amanda is a resident in counseling at Riverside Counseling Center and a school counselor with Loudoun County Public Schools. She enjoys working with children, adults and families seeking help with anxiety and performance challenges at school or work. She is experienced in working with autism, emotional regulation disorders, and depression.
Her academic accomplishments include earning a Master’s of Education Degree from The College of William and Mary – School of Counseling and a Bachelor’s Degree from James Madison University. She has written an article on counselor career development that is pending publication in The Professional Counselor journal.
Amanda is a Nationally Certified Counselor. She is also certified as a provider of MANDT Relational and Technical Training, a self-regulation technique which helps with deescalating harmful behaviors. Amanda has additional experience in Suicide Prevention Training.
As a resident counselor, her clinical care is being supervised by Joanne Nagurny, LPC. She is available for after-school hours if needed. Amanda will offer periodic psychoeducational seminars including Parenting Strategies and Mindfulness for Children. She provides counseling for children (starting at age 4), adolescents, and adults.