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Amy Polster, MAC, MS, LPC, PhD Intern


Amy Polster
Amy Polster,
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD Intern

Teens and Adults: Psychological Testing, Autism Assessments, and General Mental Health, Family, Couples, Group Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy

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Amy Polster is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Bachelor and Master Level Psychology Supervisor, and Psychologist Intern. Amy is currently facilitating and accepting new members for Women’s Wellness online groups for Anxiety and Depression. Amy is a published author in Qualitative Research regarding Religion and Anxiety.

Amy developed her first career for 15 years in the early childhood education realm as an educator in the classroom and teaching adult professional. She is certified in teaching Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers, and School-Aged Children. During this stage Amy spent much of her time in Madison, WI, on several professional committees developing the Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) that is in use today in early childhood childcare and group learning centers in Wisconsin. Amy is proficient in grant writing and has small business management certifications and a certified continuing education (CEU) instructor for early childhood Teachers.

Amy’s latest contribution to the field of psychology is the publication of her qualitative research that focused on clergy perceptions and parishioner anxiety. Amy has several certifications and training expertise in the fields of psychology, education, and religious studies. She has administered assessments and adopted and combined person-centered and eclectic philosophies when working with clients. She believes that all clients possess strengths and have the drive to become well with therapeutic guidance. Her role is to be supportive and provide psychoeducation when needed to identify the client’s strengths and support the journey toward healing. Eclectic therapy is an open, integrative form of psychotherapy that adapts to the unique needs of each specific client. This form of therapy relies on the problem, treatment goals, and the person’s expectations and motivation. Amy provides a supportive framework for the client and believes that it is an honor to experience the therapeutic journey with the clients, families, couples, and groups with whom she works. There is hope and she looks forward to meeting you.

Amy is primarily available for video conferencing (Telehealth). She is also available for in-office visits at the Two Rivers location as needed.

Education
PhD Clinical Psychologist Doctoral Intern
Masters of Science in Psychology
Masters of Arts in Counseling

Clinical Approaches
Individual Therapy (all ages)
Family Therapy
Couples Therapy
Group Therapy
Trauma-Focused Therapy
Art Therapy

Competencies & Interests
Grief/Loss/Bereavement
Bariatric
Religious/Spiritual
Behavioral and Substance Addictions
Substance Treatment Services
Terminal Illness/Chronic Pain
Palliative Care/End of Life Counseling
Mindfulness/Meditation/Guided Imagery
Psychological Assessments
Evidence-Based Practices
Driver’s Safety Plans Treatment Services


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