Amy Druzik

Amy Druzik is a Licensed Professional Therapist who brings with her 15+ years of experience in diverse therapeutic settings- in community social work and counseling experience. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Women’s Studies. Her experience includes work in domestic violence shelters, a child/adolescent residential center, in local high schools with students, and in private practice counseling firms. Her therapeutic approach is centered around her ability to build a strong empathetic and trusting relationship with each individual client while creating a judgement free, secure and safe space, where understanding, personal growth and positive change can occur.

She utilizes an eclectic therapeutic model that has a strong focus on client centered theory, cognitive behavioral theory, solution focused approach, and mindfulness. Amy specializes in: anxiety, trauma/PTSD, depression, self-harm, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, chronic illness, grief, and LGBTQ+ matters.

“What matters to me is the connection that is built with my clients- a connection that is a result of genuine care and respect. This is essential in order for healing to take place. I focus on healing my client’s mind, body, and spirit. In order to see movements forward in these areas it is important that there is commitment to therapy, and in return I will show support, compassion, authenticity, and knowledge. Together we will cope with life’s many challenges.”


The licensed clinicians at GGPA work together to help ensure collaborative teamwork and excellent communication, bringing you the best possible experience.

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