Amy Glinke is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 15 years of experience in skilled listening. She graduated from Concordia University with a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Amy enjoys working with individuals and couples dealing with a variety of life situations and struggles. She welcomes the opportunity to work with your unique circumstances and help guide you through your personal journey. She provides both Christian based and community counseling depending on the needs of the client. She uses a person-centered approach and likes to incorporate mindfulness with her clients. Amy specializes in eating disorders, co-dependency, anxiety, depression and relationship issues. She also has experience working with clients in need of parenting support, grief counseling, and those struggling with low self-esteem. She desires to help guide others through their personal journey and together find the path to hope and healing.
Have you had enough? Do you need to make a change? Are you hurting? I desire to help others who are on a journey of growth, healing and change. I will help guide you through your personal journey and together we will find the way. I work with individuals and couples who are dealing with a variety of life situations and struggles. Many of my clients experience anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship issues, communication conflicts, abuse,and divorce. It is easy to isolate yourself and not talk about issues that are causing unease. I will help you discover your own answer.I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have met with people from all walks of life, each with individual needs. I provide Christian based counseling and secular counseling depending on the needs of the client. I have experience in anxiety, depression, marital issues, addictions and just plain life.I have 17 years of seasoned experience with people going through a difficult time, crisis or memories that haunt. I would welcome an opportunity to work with you to explore your unique circumstances. Together we can create a path of hope and healing.