William Jessup University School-Based Therapy Program
Amanda McClaine is a Marriage and Family Therapist/Professional Clinical Counseling Trainee.
Amanda has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from William Jessup University and is currently working towards her Master's in Counseling from Western Seminary.
Utilizing an eclectic therapy style, with an emphasis on Narrative and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Amanda's goal in working with clients is to provide a safe environment for authentic communication and personal development. Her belief is that although it may be difficult to express vulnerabilities and personal struggles, having someone to learn and grow through these experiences with is the key to becoming ones best self.
Amanda has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families struggling with various challenges such as stress, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, life transitions, codependency, and relationship/family conflict.
If the William Jessup University School-Based Therapy Program is at capacity, you may also contact the WJU Student Care office firstname.lastname@example.org for additional referrals.
Phone Contact: (530) 404-0166
Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795; John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823; Carla Stone, LMFT #51743
40-Minute Therapy Session on the William Jessup University Campus
Fee: $10 per session for current WJU students.
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A LIMITED NUMBER OF THERAPY SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO CURRENT WJU STUDENTS. SOME LIMITATIONS MAY APPLY.