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Last updated: 10/23/2019
Dr. Amy F. Parks
Clinical-LPC
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  PhD
  LPC, Psychologist
  School Counseling; K-12 Education, VA
  School Psychological Services
  ADD/ADHD, Adjustment Issues, Anxiety/Worry, At Risk, Autism Spectrum, Bipolar, Children's Issues, Communication, Conduct/Behavior, Depression/Sadness, Developmental Issues, Disabilities, Divorce/Separation, Family Issues, Gifted and Talented, Learning Disabilities, New Mothers, Parenting, Post-adoption issues, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Relationship Issues, Self Injury, Stress
  Adoption/Foster care/Kinship
  Female
Professional Information
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  Private Practice
  0701006160
  The Wise Family
  2850 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 105
  Alexandria
  VA
  22314
  1-844-947-3326
  amy@thewisefamily.com
  www.thewisefamily.com
  Amy Fortney Parks, PhD, LPC is a Child & Adolescent Psychologist, Family Consultant and Speaker. She is the Executive Director of WISE Mind Solutions, LLC (www.thewisefamily.com), a Northern Virginia-based coaching practice focused on children, teens and families. Amy is also the owner of a comprehensive brand of services called The Wise Family.

Amy has worked for over 20 years specializing in merging brain-based research, educational interventions and clinical strategies into a comprehensive approach to treatment.

Amy's approach to her work with individuals and groups is structured on a dynamic foundation of experience with learning and brain development in children and adolescents, parent empowerment, executive functioning, dialectical behavioral applications, relationship development and attachment.

Amy has shared her training and experience in Northern Virginia schools, adoption agencies throughout the US and in private practice work with countless families. Her most valuable experience, however, is the day-to-day parenting of her own children, ages 25, 22, 21, and 18.
Additional Information
  Adolescents, At-Risk, Children, College Students, Families
  Parents
  Art Therapy, Bibliotherapy, Client-Centered, Coaching, Cognitive-Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Emotion Focused, Evidence-Based Practice, Expressive Therapies, Family Counseling, Family Systems, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness, Play Therapy, Psychoeducational, Reality Therapy, Solution Focused, Solution Oriented Brief
  Out of Network, Private Pay
  Group, Individual
  Yes
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