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:

Interactive approach to counseling 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 have a safe space to be able to practice new strategies to create healthier happier lifestyles.  Integrative approach that 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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