Amy L. Grybush, MA, LCMHCA, LCASA, NCC
- BA in Psychology, Queens University of Charlotte
- MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Wake Forest University
- Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
- Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate candidate
- Member of Safe Zone Network – LGBTQ Ally
As a clinical mental health counselor, I help individuals work through personal issues and life transitions. I subscribe to the holistic philosophy that it is insufficient to focus on one aspect of an individual; in order to find balance, the person must be viewed as a whole being made up of many parts working together. Wellness can be achieved when the whole person is addressed and healthy.
Acknowledging that each client is an individual, I will work with you to understand your worldview, and to help you identify the goals that are important to you. Utilizing a person-centered approach, my aim is to help you identify your innate strengths, help you maximize them, and help you develop additional skills when needed.
I have experience working with clients struggling with depression, anger issues, anxiety, stress, bipolar disorder, life transitions, self-esteem/self-image, relationship issues, and addiction. Other interests include mindfulness, meditation, and guided relaxation.
My own life and that of my family have been affected by addiction. I believe that each of us has the power within us to make positive changes in order to live the best life possible. I can help you find that strength and find YOUR best life.