Amanda Robles, LGPC
Towson University (Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology, 2019)
Salisbury University (Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2013)
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC)
Holistic and integrative
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
With a background working in community mental health, Amanda has worked with a diverse set of diagnoses, including: anxiety, mood, and trauma disorders. Her experience lends itself to working primarily with adolescents, young adults, and adults. As a bilingual Mexican-American, Amanda has a special interest working with the Hispanic/ Latinx population. Eliminating the language barrier is crucial to providing a safe and comfortable environment for her patients.
The safe environment Amanda creates for her patients is central to her approach to therapy. Using therapy as a collaborative tool, she helps clients navigate adverse childhood experiences, self-empowerment, communication skills, boundary creating, coping skills, and self-exploration. LGBTQIA+ affirming, Amanda is currently training to become a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider.
Why Amanda Robles Became a Therapist
Everyone has a story and it’s essential that each person’s story is heard. Becoming a Therapist was more than choosing a career path, it’s a calling to help others feel cared for and valued. We are all deserving of affirmation and self-love; my goal is to empower others to become their true selves.
How Amanda Robles Lives Authentically
By staying open-minded and fueling my love for growth.
By practicing mindfulness and self-compassion, and honoring my needs.
By showing up for myself and sharing my appreciation for humanity with others.