Amy resides in Cumming, Georgia. She is the proud mother of four adult children. Through her personal experience of recovery from addiction, Amy became passionate about helping others to achieve the life-changing miracle of recovery from the bondage of addiction. She has now been working as a substance abuse counselor for the past four years as she earned her CACI; working primarily in residential treatment before transitioning to partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. Amy became inspired by the profound healing value of experiential therapy to aid in the treatment of addiction and became a Certified Experiential Specialist in 2018. Amy plans to resume her college studies in 2020, to complete her BS in Substance Abuse Counseling. Amy is a solution-focused counselor who believes recovery is available to all who wish to invest in the life-changing work of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual transformation.
“Rarely have we seen a person fail who has thoroughly followed our path.”
The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 58