Amber Mosley, M.A.

Assistant Director of Clinical Services
Alumni Hall, 1602 LaPorte Ave.
219.464.5002

Biography

Degree:

Western Michigan University Doctoral Candidate, Counseling Psychology

Western Michigan University M.A. Counseling Psychology

Western Michigan University B.A. Behavioral Psychology, Gender and Women’s Studies, Spanish

Professional Memberships:

Society of Counseling Psychology (APA Division 17)

Association for the Coordination of Counseling Center Clinical Services

Clinical Interests:

Multicultural counseling, identity development, mindfulness practices, self-compassion, adjustment to life transitions, health promotion and education, supervision and training, career readiness, strategic planning and implementation, resilience, and holistic health practices

Theoretical Orientation:

My interactive approach to counseling is based on the premise that the client should be empowered in all sessions. Clients possess the power to create change, and my role as a clinician is to help the client develop an understanding of themselves in context, develop appropriate life improvement tools, and support them while they practice new strategies to create healthier lifestyles.  My integrative approach includes CBT and feminist theories with an emphasis a person-centered environment. This approach supports clients in discovering how to build and utilize their own inner strengths to manage the systems around them.

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