Amber Schilb, LPC
Amber comes to us as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Amber earned both a Masters of Education in Counseling as well as a Masters in Marital and Family therapy at Stephens College and has been practicing since July of 2016.
Amber practices using a client-centered approach and tailors her work to be unique and specific to each individual client. Amber believes that taking a client centered approach is vital in providing the highest quality of care. Amber draws from a solution-focused, strength-based, and systemic approach when working with clients.
Amber has experience working with a variety of issues including substance abuse, domestic abuse, resistive violence and batterer intervention and has facilitated the MEND (Men Exploring Non-Violent Directions) program. Amber also has experience with children in play therapy, marriage and family issues, mood disorders, behavioral issues, transitional issues, grief, and trauma. Amber provides individual, family and group therapy as well as facilitates therapeutic supervised visitation.
Amber’s specialized training includes Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is currently completing Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma for Adolescents. Amber works with clients of all ages.