Amanda McDonald, LSW is a licensed social worker and psychotherapist. Amanda began her academic journey at Monmouth University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor’s of Social Work as well as a Master’s degree in Social Work. Her education was focused on psychological counseling as well as the specialized field of Children and Families.
Before joining the Center for NeuroWellness, Amanda honed her counseling expertise in diverse clinical and private practice settings. Her versatile skill set extends to being a clinical case coordinator and a compassionate psychotherapist for adults, teens, and individuals with unique challenges such as intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities. She has also provided invaluable support to students grappling with social, emotional, behavioral, and learning disabilities, bringing them closer to their full potential.
Amanda’s approach to psychotherapy is as unique as the individuals she works with. Drawing from a tapestry of modalities including cognitive-behavioral theory, motivational interviewing, strengths-based perspective, and person-in-environment perspective, she crafts a personalized and eclectic treatment plan for each client. Through this tailored approach, Amanda cultivates an environment of healing, growth, and self-discovery.
Join Amanda on a transformative journey towards emotional well-being and empowerment, as she guides you through the intricacies of your own unique narrative. Together, you will embark on a path that illuminates new possibilities and leads to a brighter, more fulfilling future.