Amanda Wyatt, LMSW
Therapist and Recovery Specialist
Amanda Wyatt is a licensed social worker who obtained her master’s degree from the NYU silver school of social work. While in graduate school, she received training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (tf-cbt). She earned her bachelor’s degree in religion from SUNY Stony Brook, where she focused on mystical and contemplative spiritual traditions.
Amanda has experience providing outpatient psychotherapy to individual adults, adolescents, and children, as well as to groups. Amanda’s approach to therapy is eclectic and informed by psychodynamic therapy, relational therapy, humanistic therapy, narrative therapy, dialectical behavior therapy (dbt), and other modalities. A lifelong writer, Amanda likes to incorporate creativity, imagination, and self-expression into psychotherapy whenever possible.
As a multiracial woman, Amanda understands what it is like to navigate complex, intersectional identities. She aims to create a safe, affirming space where clients can be uniquely—and joyfully—themselves.