Amy Conniff recently completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Oakland University and is a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor. Currently, she is a member of the American Counseling Association as well as Chi Sigma Iota, the International Honor Society for Counseling Students, Counseling Educators, and Counseling Professionals. Amy has aspirations to become a fully Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Michigan, while also seeking continued scholarship and training to enhance her therapeutic abilities.
Prior to pursuing her career in counseling, Amy’s experience includes operating in case management within community mental health for three years. She also worked with individuals and families as a housing resource specialist for several years within Oakland and Macomb Counties to help resolve housing crises.
While Amy incorporates different therapeutic interventions based on the client’s needs, her general approach to counseling is founded within Humanistic and Person-Centered Therapy. She infuses strategies associated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused techniques with her compassion and warmth to help clients work towards wellness and positive change from the inside out. For Amy, she believes every person is unique and deserves to be heard. At All Things Possible Wellness Center, Amy’s clients will be able to process their thoughts, express their feelings as well as explore whatever challenges they are facing without fear of being judged or criticized.
Amy enjoys working with a variety of clients, including those who are struggling with concerns related to anxiety, depression, relationship issues, stress management, self-acceptance, trauma, and grief and loss.