Amy Hancock

I believe change is the characteristic of all growth. In order to make positive life changes, we must change our thoughts, which produces change in our actions, which builds new outcomes and destinations. The greatest gift of being a Counselor is assisting clients in making changes they would like to make to improve their quality of life.

In my 5 and a half years of experience as a Counselor, I have had the opportunity to work with adolescents, adults and families in Intensive Outpatient, a Residential Therapeutic Community and an outpatient facility for people with addictions and co-occurring disorders.

I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Troy University and my Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Kentucky. I am an Associate Licensed Counselor, as well as Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

My approach to Therapy is to meet my clients where they are by using techniques tailored for that individual client in order to assist them successfully reach their desired destination.

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but building the new. ~Socrates