Licensed Professional Counselor
I work with individuals and couples who are working towards sustainable change that leads to peace.
820 NW 21st Avenue
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2011
Our spiritual lives are often developed in isolation. Many of us have been wounded by spiritual and religious communities and no longer participate in the groups we once found community in; yet we yearn for spirit deeply. As we sort through what your spiritual life looks like you can find freedom to explore, question and orient yourself towards your own inner life.
Relationship difficulties often start out small and we try not to notice them, at some point they become unavoidable and we have choices to make. There is hope for your relationship, you can change patterns and perceptions and find joy again.
Everything changes, we know that, but we have such a difficult time letting things go. Our work together will help you grieve well so you can live well.
Anxiety is one of the most difficult experiences we have. It can hold us hostage and cause us to shut down or to act impulsively. As we work together you will learn to change your relationship to anxiety, it may never completely go away, but it doesn't have to control your life.
Depression comes in many shapes and sizes, none of them pleasant. We have things to grieve, to embrace, to give up, to discover. Whatever the root of depression, engaging with it can help open up your life to great things.
Amanda Feaver, MA, LPC has not posted any group sessions.
Since our brain drives us, it’s important to understand it. If you're interested in your brain and you haven't read Mindsight by Dr. Daniel Siegel, you should. (Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute.)