Amanda Clark, Psy.D.
Amanda Clark, Psy.D., of Thriving Center of Psychology, is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in the state of Florida. Dr. Clark earned her Bachelor of Science in psychology from Florida State University. She later completed her Master of Science degree and Doctor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology, degrees at the American Psychological Association accredited program at Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Clark utilizes an integrative psychotherapy approach, which is a form of psychotherapy that combines different therapeutic tools and approaches, to meet each of her patient’s unique needs. One of her biggest priorities is creating a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental space for her patients to feel open addressing their emotions, thoughts, and personal values. She believes one of the most important elements of psychotherapy is the therapeutic relationship between her and her patients and strives to build a strong rapport with her patients based on trust, care, and respect.
Dr. Clark is a proud telepsychology provider and believes it offers various benefits to her patients including greater access to care, and increased flexibility and convenience. Dr. Clark has experience delivering treatment for a wide array of concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, life transitions, relationship difficulties, stress and burnout, work/life integration, navigating identity, grief, and loss, and insomnia/sleep difficulties, as well as more long-term mental health illnesses such as psychotic disorders, bipolar disorder, and treatment-resistant depression.