Amy Dyer MS, APC
Masters: Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Associate Professional Counselor
Focus: Adolescents, Adults & Parenting
Amy received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University where she also studied Marriage and Family Therapy. Previously, she studied Biological Science at the University of Georgia where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in 2000. She’s been serving the community for many years in children’s ministry where she’s had the opportunity to work with many families including those with special needs children. Her experience working with adolescents, families, and couples as well as those who struggle with anxiety and depression has given her a broader perspective of how family dynamics can impact each member of a particular family. Having a passion to help families identify what will lead them to healthier family functioning is what drives Amy’s desire as a clinician to come alongside her clients and work toward a more fulfilled and purpose-driven life. She enjoys being creative and resourceful during sessions while also utilizing some CBT techniques. Amy is under the Supervision of Dr. Thurber.