Amy Klimek, LCPC, CYT (She/Her)
Concentration: Individual, couples, and group therapy related to eating disorders, body image disturbance/dissatisfaction, trauma, general anxiety, depression, relationship, life transitions, self esteem, mind-body connection, as well as non-suicidal self-injury and grief & loss.
Biography: As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and registered yoga teacher, Amy views clients holistically, tailoring treatment to the individual’s needs. Her therapeutic approach centers in trauma-informed, relational and mindfulness-based therapies, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Compassion Focus Therapy and Mindfulness practices.
Therapy begins in creating a space of acceptance and safety, where individuals can lean into self-exploration to build and restore meaningful change. Combining traditional talk therapy, mindfulness, and movement, Amy guides healing using all that is available for knowledge and insight.
Amy previously held the position as Director of Program Development/Eating Disorder Coordinator at the residential level. She has traveled nationally training clinicians on identifying and treating individuals with eating disorders and body disturbance. Other clinical fellowship and trainings include an externship using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) from a contextual behavior perspective as treatment for chronic distress, Gottman Level One, and Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy.