Amy Coombs is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Lehi, Utah. Amy helps clients who feel lost in their lives – lost in a mental health condition like depression or anxiety, lost in who they are or what they want, or lost in a relationship. Amy accompanies clients as they engage in mental health journeys to find greater comfort and satisfaction out of their lives. Amy works with individuals, couples, and families to reach their goals through introspection, skills development, and empowerment.
Amy’s approach to therapy ranges depend on the client’s situation. For couples, she utilizes the Gottman Method, a couples therapy modality that emphasizes the importance of understanding one another and building closeness. She also draws from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based therapy modalities. Clients learn how to cope with uncomfortable emotions like anger, sadness, frustration, disappointment, grief, and more. Clients also learn how to increase their self-awareness and use this self-awareness to grow into a more authentic self.
Amy earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California. She is a strong advocate for mental health across the country and lobbies in favor of trauma-informed approaches in the justice system. Her aim is to provide accessible mental health care for clients of all ages, identities, and backgrounds.