Amanda Sullivan, MA, RCC
Amanda has her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology, and has been working as a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) in good standing with BCACC since 2018. She comes with a unique set of skills having worked within the criminal justice and mental health system for over 6 years. Amanda has experience treating a range of difficulties related to depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, violence, emotional regulation, relationship difficulties as well as more severe mental health issues. Amanda uses a trauma-informed approach and has an extensive background in working with people who have experienced severe trauma, abuse and violence.
Amanda is familiar with the DSM-5 classification and diagnostic criteria and is trained to deliver both individual and group therapy in evidence-based modalities such as CBT, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing. Amanda is committed to keeping up to date with the latest therapeutic skills and techniques to serve her clients as effectively as possible and is continually updating her skills through training workshops and continuing education.
Amanda is a CVAP approved counsellor.