Amanda Klaus


Amanda earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work at Wayne State University with a concentration in Contemporary Psychodynamic Interventions. Alongside her private practice work, Amanda has spent the last 6 years supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Amanda has extensive knowledge of childhood development and parenting strategies. 

While not at the office, Amanda enjoys exploring new restaurants, traveling, and hiking with her two dogs Rainey and Morticia.


Since 2016, Amanda has worked with adults, teens, and children impacted by anxiety, depression, sexual assault, unhealthy relationships, trauma, and life transitions. Amanda works under an integrative therapy approach to tailor therapy to everyone’s specific needs and goals. Amanda enjoys incorporating creative therapeutic interventions within her sessions, especially while working with children and teens.

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