Amanda-Klein

Amanda graduated with her Bachelors in science from Weber State University, and Masters in social work from Our Lady of the Lake University. Amanda since then has spent her time supervising a crisis Nursery, facilitating parenting classes, and step family education courses to youth and teens, and providing mental health services to children in the foster care system. As well as working with both biological and foster families to ensure children and families are receiving the support they need to build a healthy attachment as they learn to cope with trauma and the many transitions. Amanda’s expertise includes play therapy, behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Amanda has worked closely with anxiety, reactive attachment disorder, autism, rhets disorder, ADHD, grief and loss, and relationship challenges within the family. Currently Amanda is finishing her coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis.  She currently works as a behavior technician as well as a supervisor of the behavior technicians at Utah Behavior Services. Amanda is here to assist children in finding their voice and their strength in coping with the many obstacles of life. Amanda is committed to offering evidence based treatment for the well-being of her clients.