Amanda Jeromin, MS, LPC, NCC, CADC, is a therapist that believes therapy is not a tool reserved only for when things are going “wrong,” but is also for when someone wants to move from feeling “good” to “great.” She emphasizes a focus on self-care, which she views as central to one’s ability to survive and thrive. Amanda understands that self-care skills aren’t innate but will guide and support her clients as they learn these beneficial skills. For example, positive self-talk is a self-care skill that begins with learning positive communication, which takes time and practice, but will improve the relationship with the most important person in your life – you as well as your relationships with loved ones! Amanda’s goal is to provide as a safe, judgement free, and empathetic support as her client’s work towards improving overall wellness, happiness, and mental and emotional health. Amanda works with individuals, couples, and families in our Monroeville office.
Amanda began her academic career at Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), knowing she wanted to go into the field of psychology. Amanda completed her Bachelor’s degree at Lebanon Valley College and her Master’s degree at Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Amanda holds professional designation as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC), and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC). Amanda’s previous counseling experiences have included work in both substance abuse and community care settings. As an certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor Amanda is able to help clients grow from all stages of addiction and recovery. Amanda utilized treatment approaches from Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Mindfulness, and Relapse Prevention. Amanda has developed skills to treat a range of ages and diagnoses, from childhood to adult clients. The diagnosis which she has proven experience in treating include, but are not limited to addiction, anxiety disorders, codependency, co-parenting, depression, mood disorders, self-esteem, stress and time management, intellectual and physical disabilities, and chronic pain.
Amanda utilizes wellness interventions such as exercise and mindfulness in her daily life to achieve her own balance. In her leisure time, she engages with her four dogs, listens to podcasts, cooks, travels and relaxes with friends and family.
Amanda looks forward to supporting you as you work towards a more fulfilling and purpose-driven life and is currently accepting new individual clients, couples, and families.
To schedule an appointment with Amanda, please reach out to 412-856-9355 for an appointment within 7 days at our Monroeville Counseling Center.