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Amy Dublinske is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years of experience working with trauma clients. She is a certified Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and has worked over 15 years in a pediatric hospital setting helping families through trauma and finding support in their communities. Amy also has experience as a Love and Logic Parent Educator and is very passionate about working with children of all ages, adults and families. Amy utilizes a holistic approach to counseling with an emphasis on Family Systems therapy.
Amy is very active in her community and serves on several boards: Stand-Up Parenting (formerly known as Tough Love); Catholic Dioceses of Kansas City—child protection; Council for Violence Prevention (KCMO); and is the founder and chair of the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance of Greater Kansas City. Amy was recently commissioned by Governor Eric Greitens to join the Governor’s Council on Education and Developmental Disabilities for the State of Missouri-2017.
Amy received her Master’s Degree from University of Central Missouri in 2001. She is married to husband Neil for over 20 years and is the mother to two daughters and a son. Amy enjoys spending time with her family, taking vacations, boating, swimming, party planning, and keeping up with her kids’ activities.
Amy’s Recent Continuing Education Training:
EMDR Training: Effectively Treat Trauma and Move Clients Forward - January 2019