Amy Harman, LMFT, CEDS
Amy Harman is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist. She enjoys working with individuals and families, and often includes loved ones in treatment in a supportive role. While she works with folks of all ages, she tends to work with a lot of adolescents and young adults. For more information on Amy’s practice, please visit her website at www.reflectwholenesstherapy.com
As a therapist, Amy utilizes a non-judgmental and compassionate approach to healing. Seeking help is a courageous choice, and she is honored to work with you through your struggles. The best environment for change is a confidential and professional environment where you feel connected and understood by your therapist. She provides this safe environment and aim to establish a working relationship with you where you understand my caring and concern for your well-being. She will help you explore solutions and empower you to make positive choices.
Amy specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and favors Intuitive Eating and Health At Every Size approaches. She is experienced working with dietitians, physicians, and other professionals to provide the most comprehensive care for eating disorder recovery. Amy also works with clients experiencing a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, self-harm behaviors, and life transitions. She utilizes a combination of approaches to treatment, including CBT, solution-focused, externalizing, exposure and response prevention, relapse prevention, and inner-child work.
Prior to joining the Growth and Recovery Center, Amy worked for Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness and worked all levels of care (inpatient, residential, PHP, IOP, outpatient) at the Center for Change in Orem, Utah, a nationally recognized treatment center for eating disorders. She also worked as part of a Juvenile Drug Court team, helping teens with substance use disorders.
Amy received a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah State University in 2005 and is licensed to practice in the state of Virginia.
For more information on Amy’s practice, please visit her website at www.reflectwholenesstherapy.com
To reach her by phone, please call 571-295-5350.