Amanda is a Nurse Practitioner licensed in 2020, and previously worked as a RN since 2007. She has a long history of working in obstetrics as an RN, but returned to school to specialize in mental health in 2017. Throughout the years she has found herself more and more drawn to creating safe, nurturing spaces for adults navigating challenging experiences, and providing a more collaborative and holistic care plan.
Amanda’s background in obstetrics compliments and oftentimes parallels her work as a psychiatric nurse practitioner and Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) provider. Currently, she provides a therapeutic setting for medication management, as well as ketamine assisted psychotherapy. Her aim is to empower her clients in their own healing journey by providing a safe and supportive environment for collaborative care.
Amanda finds meaning in working with adults who are feeling stuck or burned out, managing grief and overwhelm, or who generally struggle with symptoms of anxiety and depression. Her passion lies in attachment and trauma, and she is specially trained in psychedelic-assisted therapy to support clients through their powerful and important work.