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Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology
AMANDA M MITCHELL PHD
I am a counseling psychologist and assistant professor at the University of Louisville who focuses on the intersections of mental, relational, and physical health and health equity. Salient roles in my life include being a licensed psychologist, guider, teacher, researcher, partner, parent, sibling, daughter, friend, and pet owner.
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My education and training experiences span multiple universities across four states: Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, and Utah.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research,
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
PhD in Counseling Psychology, University of Louisville (APA-Accredited)
Predoctoral Internship, University of Utah Counseling Center (APA-Accredited)
MEd in Counseling Psychology, University of Louisville
BS in Psychology, minor in Sociology, Grand Valley State University
I also have clinical experience across several mental health settings with individual and group therapy as well as outreach. This breadth has provided me the opportunity to connect, learn, work, and remain engaged with colleagues and communities across the country.
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