Amy CanfieldAmy is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Service Provider (LPC-MHSP) in the state of Tennessee, with a Master’s degree in Community Counseling. She began her career in social services working for a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault program in East Texas, where she developed a passion for working with survivors. Throughout her career, Amy has provided trauma-informed individual and group therapy to adults and youth, as well as intensive case management and supportive services to families and at-risk youth. In addition to her work as a therapist, she previously managed two domestic violence shelters and their continuum of services, a DV transitional housing program, and a supportive housing program for homeless, chronically mentally ill women in Tennessee. Amy was also a founding staff member for a state-licensed substance use treatment facility, overseeing the development of the treatment program, as well as being the director of compliance and personnel.

Amy is passionate about helping others discover their potential through hope, healing, and support. And when she is not at CCAHT, she is spending time with her significant other and three dogs, as well as searching for vintage treasures.