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Amanda Bradley, LPC

Amanda Bradley, LPC

Get To Know Amanda

Amanda earned her bachelor degree in criminal justice from Colorado Technical University and her masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Amanda served in law enforcement for 22 years before retiring to pursue her career in counseling. During the course of her law enforcement career, Amanda realized that while she enjoyed working with the community as a first responder, she felt drawn to helping others through counseling. While earning her master’s degree, Amanda joined the Walden Pride organization and served as the group’s president. Amanda served as a facilitator and program director for a local youth diversion program for years, which inspired her to pursue her masters degree in counseling. Amanda found a passion in working with teens and their families long before beginning her work as a counselor.

Amanda approaches therapy in a client focused approach, and enjoys working with her clients to find a solution that will meet their needs. Amanda has a special interest in helping first responders and their families, veterans, teens, and the LGBTQ+ community. Amanda has worked with women in recovery, and enjoys helping each of her clients reach their unique goals. Amanda has been trained in EMDR therapy, and enjoys helping her clients as an EMDR therapist.

Amanda is married and has 2 sons. When Amanda is not at work, she can be found camping, golfing or cheering on the Rockets! Amanda’s home is ruled by her dogs and cat.

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