Posted on October 29, 2020
Marriage & Relationships
Amy Hull, LISW, has joined the Lutheran Family Service Christian counseling team as a master’s-level prepared and experienced mental health and marriage counselor. She serves clients in person in and around the Manning, Iowa area. Amy can also serve clients located anywhere in the state of Iowa through telehealth/distance counseling via smartphone, tablet or computer.
Amy brings over 19 years of counseling experience to the team providing individual, couple, and family therapy. She specializes in helping people with anxiety, depression, anger, stress, grief, relationship issues, bipolar and mood disorders, life transitions, and couples experiencing marital issues. Amy is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, DBT, Marriage Counseling, CISM debriefings and PCIT to help promote change and navigate difficult circumstances that life and relationships bring.
When asked about her decision to become a counselor, Amy shared, “I always knew that I wanted to be a therapist. It truly has been my calling in life from 8 years old on. I always wanted to help and serve others and enjoy seeing them progress and be able to live a happier healthier life.”
Feeling a strong desire to pursue Christian counseling more fully led Amy to reach out to Lutheran Family Service. Amy wanted to become a part of the Lutheran Family Service ministry team so that she could serve the Lord and openly speak about God’s grace while assisting people using mental health therapy in the Manning community and throughout Iowa.
“I have this career only because of God and His guidance that encouraged me since childhood to pursue this career. Faith is not only very important to me and how I cope with life, but through my practice, I have concluded that often people who seek therapy services do so when they have ‘lost’ faith or don’t have faith. Therefore, they struggle to cope with life’s challenges.”
Clients appreciate Amy’s ability to help them feel at-ease and confident in finding solutions during their difficult personal circumstance. Her Christian perspective offers a safe place to process issues, and to incorporate faith into the healing process.
If you or someone you know is in need of Christ-centered mental health or marriage counseling, refer to or contact us today. Amy has in-person and online openings on Saturdays for those age 12 through 60 years of age.
Not located near Manning, Iowa? Visit our website to see if one of our other locations is near you, or, if telehealth/distance counseling is an option at: https://lutheranfamilyservice.org/mental-health-counseling/.
Lutheran Family Service walks with those experiencing difficult times through mental health counseling, marriage counseling, crisis pregnancy counseling, and adoption services.
Would you like to work in a collaborative, supportive, and Christian environment? View our open positions today! http://lutheranfamilyservice.org/careers/.
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