Staff nameAmy Rollo, M.A., LPA, LSSP, LPC-S
Staff titleClinical Director
Amy Rollo is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Clinical Director at Cy-Hope Counseling. Amy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University and a Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Southern Methodist University. Amy is in the process of completing her doctorate, studying at Texas A&M University Commerce and Northcentral University, specializing in child and adolescent counseling and marriage and family therapy, respectively. She is licensed as a Professional Counselor Supervisor and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology.
Amy has worked extensively with individuals experiencing life stressors including existential concerns (finding meaning and purpose in life), stress, anxiety, panic, depression, and anger. As a wife and mother, Amy enjoys working with young women to help with the struggles of adjusting to marriage, entering the work world, and motherhood. In particular, Amy enjoys working with clients to help with difficulties such as postpartum depression.
Amy has experience in AD/HD coaching, play therapy, and counseling children, adolescents, couples and adults. When working with children, Amy believes in working with the entire family system. Whether it is providing support to a parent who is struggling with a child with behavioral difficulties at home, suggesting discipline techniques, or building the family communication and connection together. Amy’s training includes working with children and adults with special needs where she focuses on maximizing strengths, increasing coping skills, and working on emotional and behavioral regulation.
Additionally, Amy has extensive experience in Psychoeducational, AD/HD and Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluations. Amy has specialized in evaluation services for over 10 years and has worked along side medical doctors, speech pathologists, diagnosticians, licensed counselors, and psychologists. Her experience has allowed her to see problem through multiple lenses and not just to focus in one area. She believes with a comprehensive evaluation, strengths can identified and early intervention can be provided.
Feel free to learn more about Amy's counseling approach by going to www.amyrollocounseling.com