Amber Burrell



Amber Burrell

Amber is a Master of Arts in Counseling student with Liberty University, having completed all of her curriculum and most recently working as a therapist intern.  Additionally, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wayne State University in 2006.  Amber has experience working with youth and families, volunteering in an Equine Assisted Therapy setting. She helped to facilitate growth and family bonding and breakthroughs for troubled youth and worked to gear individuals toward self-empowerment.  Amber has worked with a wide range of age groups as a vocational coach, helping people move through the transition of obtaining employment, as well as walked alongside people with various abilities to help them become active, confident members of society, setting goals and providing support along the way. She has spent time helping those living with Autism, ADD, victims of abuse and various trauma, young adults with poor self-image and those working through relationship difficulties.

Amber is a strong advocate for holistic health and has spent time on a personal study to explore preventative health measures. She believes in the foundation of Adlerian theory and it’s relation to the unity of personality and people being understood as integrated and complete beings. Amber takes a keen interest in promoting unconditional self-acceptance. Life experience has proven Amber to be consistently able to have the utmost patience in the face of adversity and she believes in finding the best in every situation.  She loves spending time hiking, reading, running trails, writing, petting as many dogs as possible, and helping people find light in difficult times.

“When life is seen as a journey, we can appreciate that life is constantly evolving, and we can continue to change and grow.  My hope is to provide opportunities for the mind and spirit to find healing, peace and true inner joy for your unique path.”