Amanda Eberbach, MSW, LMSW
Clinical Social Worker
Degree: Master's Degree in Social Work
Mental Health License: Licensed Masters Level Social Worker
University: Rutgers University
Age Groups Served: Adolescents and Adults
Therapy Types: Individual
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Collaborative Problem Solving
Mindfulness Based Treatment
Prior to working with Partners in Change, Amanda served as a program manager and supervisor at Hope Network New Passages. Amanda’s clinical experience includes treating individuals impacted by: trauma and anxiety related disorders, depression, severe mental illness, and substance use disorders.
Amanda’s approach emphasizes the mutual development of therapeutic goals and ongoing evaluation of the treatment method. Amanda also realizes how important it is to identify and understand aspects of an individual’s life that impact their well-being, including: physical health, support systems, work or school environment, and felt adversity or stigma. Amanda utilizes a person-centered and strength-based approach, ensuring collaborative conversations and that treatment builds on a person's inherent gifts. Amanda intentionally seeks tailored, healing practices, helping clients develop and maintain a lasting recovery.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys reading, spending time with her dog, connecting with friends and family, traveling, and playing video games.