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  • About Amy Moulton, LPC

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    My Story

    My name is Amy Moulton and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. My goal is providing compassionate, person-centered care to those who choose to work with me. I began my training by getting my B.A. in Psychology from Temple University. From there, I completed my M.A. in Clinical Counseling from Eastern University, and elected to study a track which focuses on trauma informed and specialized care. I continue with my education and training in mind-body interventions in part because I love what I do and love to learn, but also in order to best serve my clients.

    I specialize in working with people who experience anxiety and trauma to develop insight into understanding how it shows up for you and how to heal. I know that for some these experiences can cause thoughts and feelings that are intense and sometimes overwhelming. There’s no one way to treat everyone so I use an eclectic approach that takes into consideration goals, experiences, beliefs, and individual strengths. I believe in a blend of modalities, including talk therapy and experiential therapy, such as EMDR.

    I'm here for you.

    Come as you are.

    I work to develop an open, accepting space that allows you to explore what brings you into the therapeutic realm and start to feel better. There’s no wrong reason to start talking to a counselor and I’m here to help with the first steps.

    To that end, I know my responsibility is to create a space that serves those who need it. My practice is trauma informed and I strive to create safety for people who are in recovery or struggling with substance use, disordered eating, and self-harming behaviors. I am affirming of the LGBTQIA+ community. My practice is anti-racist. These beliefs are inherent and necessary to creating a a therapeutic space that serves those who need it.

    “People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don’t find myself saying, ‘Soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner.’ I don’t try to control a sunset. I watch with awe as it unfolds.” ― Carl R. Rogers

    My Philosophy

    What brings people to talk to a counselor is often a complex and interwoven combination of emotional, mental, physical, and socio-cultural factors that impact how we see ourselves, the world around us, and the relationship between the two.

    So, what does that mean? It means that I believe in working with the whole person and the experiences they bring with them. Everyone who walks into my office has their story and has strengths and qualities that have helped them to develop into who they are today. Sometimes the skills developed to cope with the difficulties of life no longer serve us and we need to re-write our script.

    I also believe that we are best served when we address the mind-body connection in counseling. The thoughts and feelings that bring us to counseling are not limited to our brain, they can impact our entire body and we have to develop a healthy relationship with our whole selves. Learning how to listen to and get in touch with physical parts of ourselves is fundamental.

    Finally, counseling is effective because of the relationship. A counselor should feel comfortable, non-judgmental, and encouraging. There is healing in coming into a space where we can be truly seen and heard and everyone entering into therapy deserves to have that.

    Reach out to me today

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