clinical counselor / psychotherapist


​​​Amy L. Gould, LPCC-S


Hello! Welcome, and thank you for taking an important step in your care. Depth psychotherapy can help in long-lasting ways that create permanent change over time. Depth therapy helps you to explore and examine your thoughts and feelings while developing greater awareness and connection with your true self.

Many people delay getting the kind of help and fundamental change that is necessary in reaching a greater sense of fulfillment. 

​Whether you are dealing with significant emotional distress, relationship problems, addictions, problems inherent in military family life, or re-integration after returning home from Iraq/Afghanistan, tending to the Mind, Body, & Soul, as well as every day self-care, can make all the difference.

The landscape of your life changes daily, and this is more true today then ever in our fast-paced, changing world. There can be a loss of direction, a constant struggle, and a questioning of purpose. You can learn to stay grounded in self and soul, and not be pulled in so many directions.

Depth Psychotherapy and Soul Counseling ...

furthering the development of Mind, Body, & Soul.

We are living in an ever-changing world. We are being transformed by our own existence, and yet there is a part of us which remains constant and transcends this world.

Some psychotherapy approaches assume that we are simply a collection of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. My approach assumes you have a higher purpose, that we are visitors here, and that life transforms us.

“No man [or anyone] ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.”

​                                                                             ~ Heraclitus​ of Ephesus

The therapeutic relationship can be one of the most significant to foster healthy growth and change in your life. In therapy, you have an opportunity to explore your innermost thoughts and feelings. You can achieve greater emotional balance, and as a result there are also changes in your own biochemistry, and integration, balance, and harmony that takes place in the mind and the brain. Ultimately, you can have greater connection with your true self or divine self, and with this connection a deep sense of peace. If you are in therapy for some time, you will likely experience greater balance of mind, body, soul, and senses, as a result of the therapeutic endeavor.