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Amy Seifarth, LCSW

I believe that a strength-based and collaborative approach in therapy leads to developing important coping skills and enhances overall emotional wellness. 


In 2006, I earned my Master of Social Work from Temple University. Prior to joining Furnace Creek Counseling, my professional experience included working as a school-based therapist, serving as a Family Life Educator for a local community mental health and social services organization, working as a social worker for adolescents in a local children’s home, serving as a VISTA volunteer in Puerto Rico, and instructing yoga.


There are many paths to wholeness in life, and I am supportive of your faith or spiritual journey. 


I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and I have facilitated coping skills groups with adults with substance abuse issues and post-traumatic stress disorder diagnoses. I specialize in treating anxiety, OCD, depression, trauma, ADHD, grief, and working through life transitions. I have experience working with the LGBTQ community and their families. I enjoy supporting the aging population. I am experienced working with children who have behavioral issues and assisting with parenting struggles. I
help couples to improve their communication and intimacy. 


In my practice, I use a blend of mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), skill building, behavior modification, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Relational Life Therapy (RLT) and relaxation techniques. In working with adults, adolescents, and children over the past 20 years, my goal has been to provide a compassionate space to explore life events, become mindful of patterns of behavior, identify personal strengths, and build resilience.

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