Amy Lenclos, LMHC
It’s an honor to travel with someone as they explore their internal world and a privilege to witness the transformation into a new relationship with themselves.
As a former dancer and a yoga practitioner, I bring my knowledge and attention to the rich – often subtle – conversation between the physical and emotional into the therapeutic work.
This attention yields a valuable experience of the present moment and a clear path of entry into exploring the past.
Most of us reach a point where what we’re doing just isn’t working, and we want to engage in our lives and relationships in a deeper, more authentic way. We may be blocked, stuck, or living in dysfunction for myriad reasons – past or present. Psychotherapy can be a powerful tool to open ourselves up to a more dynamic, unencumbered, honest, and self-affirming way of being.
My work tends to focus on clients who are moving through different pivotal stages of life – whether that be leaving adolescence and coming into a more adult self, or becoming a mother for the first or fourth time.
While I treat a wide variety of issues, one particular area of interest is in working with issues that arise in different stages of motherhood – from trying to get pregnant through pregnancy and early parenting.
When not working as a therapist, I can be found being with those I cherish, practicing meditation, visiting favorite spots in the city, trying out new recipes, or spending time in nature.