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Amy Halvorson LCSW

Therapist

Amy (she/her/hers) brings 10 years of mental health experience in working with individuals and families to help empower them to move through challenges and improve their well-being. She believes that all humans have an innate desire for connection and that working together in therapy supports an individual’s capacity for change and growth.  Amy obtained her graduate degree from Colorado State University in 2012 and has experience working in various settings including community mental health, substance abuse treatment, special programs for at-risk teens and families, and private practice. One of her passions and specialties is helping others heal and find freedom from their symptoms related to trauma. Trauma can be thought of as any overwhelmingly distressing or non-nurturing event or theme of ongoing events that holds us stuck. Memories of these experiences are stored in the brain with disturbance and linked to strong emotions. Amy uses effective, evidence-based methods that target the mind and body as a whole and have been shown to improve well-being by reducing the impact of the stored trauma. She is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) as well as other modalities. Amy’s clients find her to be attentive, have a welcoming presence, and empathic nature. Her primary focus is to help you feel supported in utilizing your strengths to effectively integrate your own solutions and break out of feeling stuck.

To schedule an appointment with Amy call 694-9488 or email amy@bridgemindbody.com.

Tetris taught us that when we try to fit in, we’ll disappear.


Specializes In:  “Big T and Little t” Trauma, Mind-body connection, Anxiety, Teens/Young adults, Emotional exhaustion

Therapeutic Approaches:  EMDR, Mindfulness, CBT, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Somatic techniques

Clients: Individuals and families (age 14+),

Location: Building C, 508 Baxter Avenue, Suite 3

Payment/Insurance: Humana, United, Private pay (HSA, cash, check credit)