Amanda Loughlin, LPC
Licensed Counselor
Counseling and Wellness
BA, Political Science and Government, University of Massachusetts Boston 2009; MA, Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy, Naropa University 2019

Amanda is a Licensed Professional Counselor whose vocational background includes ten years of outdoor education, guidance, and instruction on rivers, mountains, desert, and on snow. Since January 2018, she’s worked in therapeutic contexts including residential treatment, career counseling, trauma, with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and young adults. Amanda is trained in Internal Family Systems, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and EMDR. She also holds a NOLS Wilderness First Responder Certification, ACA Swiftwater Rescue, and various AIARE Avalanche Training and Rescue certifications. Amanda was awarded the Naropa University Priscilla Inkpen Award in 2019 and the Naropa Staff Excellence Award in 2023.

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