Amanda Isenberg is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Providence, RI who specializes in working with moms and college students/young adults. Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss and grief, parenting, and perinatal mental health. She has extensive experience helping clients through a number of issues that may arise as they navigate a major life transition, like changing majors, graduating college, starting a family.
Amanda utilizes a number of different treatment approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Family Systems, and Supportive Therapy. She spends time getting to know her clients before developing an individualized treatment plan that works for them. Her clients leave sessions feeling more empowered and able to better cope with day-to-day challenges. Amanda is always educating herself on the latest treatments to ensure her clients are receiving gold-standard care.
Amanda’s first job was working in the NICU where she frequently witnessed perinatal anxiety and depression. She also worked for five years at the Jacobi Center and Children’s Friends and Family Services where she worked with adults who were navigating adoption or reunification. Outside of her private practice, Amanda teaches at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. She looks forward to meeting you.