Amy Gatlin, LICSW (she/her)
Amy Gatlin sees her role as a clinician as one of providing a sounding board and guidance into pursuing mental health hygiene and understanding why we do the things we do. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (CBT), as well as some aspects of Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Narrative Therapy to assist clients in achieving their goals. These therapeutic techniques provide both in depth skills to learn about how the brain works, and how to better understand our emotions, reactions, and motivations as well as practical strategies to improve day to day functioning. She has worked in the human services field for 15 years and has served a variety of demographics. She feels her greatest strength is in connecting with clients no matter their background and developing common goals and focus in each session.