Office of Student Life

Amy Young, MSW, LISW-S

Therapeutic Style:

My therapeutic style is a strength-based approach while utilizing motivational interviewing, dialectical behavior therapy,  solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapies. It is important for me to build relationships with clients and collaborate on goals and care. I have experience working with individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings.

Supervision Style: 

Similarly to my therapeutic style, my approach to supervision is collaborative and strength-based. I enjoy working with trainees in developing their clinical skills and professional identities.   

Professional Interests:

Training and Supervision

Crisis Intervention

Substance Use Disorders

Health and Wellness

Women's Issues and Empowerment 

Groups and Liaison Roles:

Bringing Back Balance

Clinical Fellowship Coordinator

ACCESS Collaborative Liaison

Collegiate Recovery Community Liaison

Educational Background:

I am a two time alumni from The Ohio State University, graduating with a master's degree in social work and bachelor's degree in social work.

Personal Interests:

I enjoy spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, reading and trying new things.

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