Amy Hollis is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and National Certified Counselor. Amy has worked with adolescents and their families in various capacities and settings for over 15 years. Amy has extensive training in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and in facilitating teen and parent groups in matters of social justice. Amy is a Brainspotting trained clinician for trauma and is also trained in Psychodrama. Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a specialization in crime, law, and social control from Wake Forest University and a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling with a specialization in clinical mental health from Saybrook University.
Amy has been a part of the Visions community since 2019. Her approach is comprehensive and holistic. She draws from humanistic, client-centered, psychodynamic, CBT and systems-oriented modalities, among others. She brings her warm, calm, and grounded demeanor to her clients. Amy believes in and nurtures the possibilities available to teens and their families for healing, growth, connection and blossoming. In her spare time, Amy enjoys escaping into nature with her kids or trying new restaurants or outdoor adventures with friends. Amy’s lifelong dream has been to work with children, and this quote has always been her inspiration:
“But this is one reason they’re so exciting to work with; their vision is still clear.”
– from Madeleine L’Engle’s A Circle of Quiet