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RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONALS

Contemporary, Integrative and Relational Approaches to Psychotherapy

 

READING GROUP

Fall 2019

Time-limited reading groups organized around a contemporary, relational psychodynamic understanding of eating disorders, body image, and women's psychological development.

CONSULTATION

Fall 2019

New! Drop-in consultation group. Ongoing individual consultation.

MOVEMENT  GROUP

Fall 2019

A movement laboratory designed to help health care professionals improve patient outcomes through their own personal practice of embodiment and creativity.

Click Here to see a brief YouTube clip of my presentation about clinical supervision given for the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work conference at UNC in Fall 2017.

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FEEDBACK I’VE RECEIVED

“As a psychoanalyst and course director for psychodynamic psychotherapy for the Creighton University School of Medicine’s Psychiatry Residency Program, I appreciate the need for new and upcoming teachers in our field. Ms. Olson is bringing important analytic ideas that are being lost, back to her colleagues in the field of eating disorders.”
Geoffrey C. Anderson, PhD
Supervising Analyst, IIPT
Past Director, IPI

"Amy Olson, LCSW, CEDS brings to her clinical work that rare combination of scholarship, artistic sensibility, warmth and fine intellect.  She is someone to whom I would refer a close friend or family member.”
William S. Meyer, MSW, LCSW
Associate Professor
Departments of Psychiatry and Ob/Gyn
Duke University Medical Center

"I participated in a panel presentation with Amy Olson for AAPCSW and NCCSW recently. Her presentation was excellent; conveying wisdom, expertise, and a high level of training. Her knowledge about treating eating disorders from a psychoanalytic perspective is a powerful combination."
Natalie Peacock-Corral, LCSW
Private Practice Psychotherapist, Faculty Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas

"As a therapist myself who works with a high percentage of clients with Eating Disorders, I am very selective about the clinicians whom I would entrust to discuss serious cases and from whom I would see consultation; Amy is one of those clinicians whose opinion I always am eager to hear, whose points are always worthy of consideration and whose thoughts are always insightful."
Sandra Wartski, Psy.D., CEDS
Licensed Psychologist
Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS)

"Amy is an exceptional therapist who possesses a passion to help people.  I have professionally expanded my skills through Amy's unique, broad understanding of both psychoanalytic work and eating disorder treatment, as well as her ability to teach others."
Anna Lutz, MPH, RD/LDN, CEDRD-S
Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy