Dr. Amy Manning is a licensed psychologist specializing in children and adolescent psychology. She has been working in the behavioral health field for over 20 years and has served children, families and young adults in a variety of settings. Dr. Manning works with clients as young as pre-school age through young adulthood. She utilizes various clinical treatment approaches specific to each client’s treatment needs and shared treatment goals. Dr. Manning facilitates individual therapy sessions with children and adolescents and also ensures that parents/caregivers are included in the process with regular “check ins” as part of the therapeutic process. Therapeutic approaches used may include play therapy (pre-school and young school age), interpersonal therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and behavioral approaches. Her specialties include: anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma and adjustment to situational stress (such as from moving, parental divorce, new school, academic frustration, etc.).
BA in Psychology, University of Minnesota
MA in Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco Bay Area
PsyD in Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco Bay Area
Post Doctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University/Kennedy Krieger Institute
Ages 3 to 21