About Amy Elizabeth

I am familiar with the art of healing and helping people get well. I have discovered that at some point in the journey, we want to move from surviving to thriving; from getting well to living a rich life of integrity and joy.

My clinical training began with a 3-year Master of Arts in in Contemplative Psyc
hotherapy from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado in 1997 and continues today with my commitments to recovery, meditation, yoga, continuing education courses and partnerships with friends, family and colleagues around the globe.

I am an interactive, mindfulness-focused relationship coach. We focus initially on your relationship with yourself. This is essential. What is the story you are telling yourself about your life? My approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help you effectively explore this question and to address personal life challenges, navigate transitions with grace, and build a life worth living. By integrating complementary methodologies and techniques, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each individual. I work with compassion and understanding to help you build on your strengths and attain the personal growth you are committed to.


M.A. Naropa University
B.A. University of Florida

License, Certifications & Awards

Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Chemical Dependency Professional
Nationally Certified Addictions Counselor
Internationally Certified Imago Relationship Therapist

Additional Training

-Ethics in the Digital Age
-Calming the Overactive Brain
-Characterological Growth
-Ethics & Neuropsychology
-Couple Recovery Development Approach- RRI
-Narcissism & Addictions
-Yoga & Mindfulness: Mind-Brain Change in Clinical Practice
-Clinical Excellence With Challenging Couples Imago 2012 Conference
-Trauma Attachment & Affect Dysregulation
-Women Healing Conference Hazleden: Growing in Spirit
-Clinical Supervision - Improving Skills in a New Era
-Imago Relationship International: Clinical Training
-Ethics in Community Mental Health: Practical Strategies
-CODIT Co-Occuring Diagnosis Integrated Treatment
-Blending Addiction Science & Practice: Bridges to the Future
-Transforming Families from Addiction to Healing.
    Claudia Black, PhD MSW
-Methamphetamine: What to Look for in Your Patients
-Methamphetamine: How to Talk to Your Patients
-Healing & Treating Trauma, Anger & Violence FACES Conference
-“Straight Talk” What Recovering Parents Should Tell Their Kids
    About Drugs and Alcohol. Claudia Black, PhD MSW
-Methamphetamine: Myths & Realities: DASA
-Public Policy Forum DSHS & DASA
-Detox Program Training
-Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference
-Recent Developments in Group Theory and Techniques
-Conflict & Competition in Group Therapy
-Family Systems/Structural Strategic Brief Therapy Training
-Depression and Substance Dependence
-Interventions & the Use of Self in Group Psychotherapy

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