Amanda Day chose to pursue a career in behavioral health because she loves being able to help clients see beyond their current situations. She believes that everyone has the power within themselves to create lasting, healthy changes; sometimes people just need to be reminded or guided to see that it is still within their reach. Amanda is passionate about helping people recognize that they do not have to stay where they are, unless they choose to. She is particularly interested and has experience treating trauma, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and developmental disabilities.
Amanda grew up in Texas and moved to Colorado after graduate school with her late husband. Life has taken her on many adventures including remarrying, moving to Pennsylvania, and currently residing in Arkansas where she provides remote services to individuals in rural Colorado.
Outside of work, Amanda enjoys riding motorcycles, playing with her kiddo and pets, and listening to music. Fun fact, she loves the smell of coffee, but not the taste!
Hardin-Simmons University – Master of Arts: Family Psychology
Wayland Baptist University – Bachelor of Arts: Psychology
- 14 years in counseling field
- Case Manager & Case Management Director
- Licensed Professional Counselor – 2012
- National Certified Counselor – 2021
- Board Certified Tele-Mental Health Provider – 2023
- EMDR and DBT Training