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Amanda T
Writer #17270
DAYTON, OH
Joined 1/23/2017
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Amanda has a M.S.Ed degree from the University of Pennsylvania in School and Mental Health Counseling, and has written Masters-level research papers on a variety of mental health topics. She has experience writing published magazine articles, published newspaper articles, and blog posts. Amanda has 8 years of experience as a classroom teacher, as well as 3 years as a drug/ alcohol detox mental health therapist. She is currently a health and fitness coach with interests in nutrition, yoga, pre- and post-natal fitness, and women's mental health.
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Specialties

Blogging, Newspaper, Research

Interests

Health, Fitness, Nutrition, Education, Social Justice, Mental Health, Psychology, Addiction, Counseling, Mindfullness, Motivation, Inspiration, Positive Thinking

Education

Penn State University

Psychology focusing on genetics, biology, adolescent studies, and positive psych

University of Pennsylvania

Mental health counseling, specializing in addiction, relationships, LGBTQ+

Medical

687 Projects Completed

Amanda writes for organizations that help people with addiction, mental illness, and dual diagnosis issues. While studying to earn her M.S.Ed. at the University of Pennsylvania, Amanda completed a three-year internship at an urban hospital's psychiatric unit.

Education

86 Projects Completed

During her years in graduate school (2011-2014) at the University of Pennsylvania, Amanda wrote a variety of research papers and proposals, mostly focusing on issues within the urban education and health care systems. As a teacher in an inner city school and an intern in an inner city hospital (detox and acute psychology units), Amanda gained a wealth of unique experience.

Kids/Family

10 Projects Completed

As a busy mom and military wife, Amanda understands the unique challenges that families face. She's passionate about helping women remember that they can't pour from an empty cup. It's imperative to prioritize self care in order to take care of others.

Blog Post

363 Projects Completed

Amanda writes about health, fitness, and lifestyle topics. As a health and fitness coach and a former group fitness instructor with an M.S.Ed in Mental Health Counseling, she has a unique perspective on the psychology that creates health issues for people who are working to get fit.

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