Southeast Psych is proud to offer graduate level training for students completing their Master’s in Counseling. These trainees are supervised by licensed psychologists. On a 6-month rotation, these practicum interns provide individual and group therapy for a variety of issues. Our trainnees are able to offer discounted therapeutic services. If you are interested in services please contact our office.
Our current intern:
Amy Work, B.S.
Gordon-Conwell Graduate Student Intern
Amy works with children, teens, and adults dealing with a variety of issues, including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, life transitions, school-related problems, social skills, parenting, emotion regulation, and self-esteem. She works primarily from a cognitive-behavioral framework which asserts that identifying and changing harmful thought patterns can lead to a fuller and more satisfying life. She also uses play therapy to help children work through problems and learn coping skills.
Amy has experience working with clients age 7+, individually and in groups. She spent time as a counselor in the Charlotte Jail, working with adolescent and adult women. Amy also worked as a counselor in a local Charlotte church with people of all ages and backgrounds. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a high school teacher, and enjoyed adapting her classroom for students with specific behavioral or academic needs.
Amy will graduate with her Masters in Counseling in May of 2018. Outside of the counseling world, Amy enjoys spending time with her family, running, trying new recipes, and all things Harry Potter.