Amanda Everett, LMSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Call/Text 269-861-4867
Location: Kalamazoo
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  • Anxiety and Depression throughout the lifespan
  • Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Grief and Loss
  • Adjustment, Life Transitions, and Life Stage Changes
  • Family Therapy and Couples Counseling
  • Chronic Medical Conditions and End of Life
  • Personal Growth of Worth and Self Valuing
  • Parenting and Family Growth


  • Over 5 years working as a therapist with families, children and adults
  • Work as a Renal Social Worker for 5 years
  • Experience working in schools K-12 therapeutically
  • Working alongside families being reunified following foster placement


  • BA in Psychology from University of Evansville
  • MSW from Michigan State University
  • Certificate in Family Counseling from Michigan State University

Personal statements:

Life can be difficult and hard to navigate, and, in these times, I have found there is peace and comfort in having someone to talk to. As a therapist, I believe that for change to happen, it begins with an authentic relationship that yields a safe place for people to explore and address their feelings in a non-judgmental and comfortable way. God designs people beautifully and individually and it is my desire to help each of my clients explore that within themselves and to discover the true joy that comes when we can see life in this light. God has given me a gift of being able to build true, deep, and real connections with people in all walks of life through being compassionate and empathizing with people and their individual experiences. I feel honored to walk alongside people as they work through life’s challenges & to support them in this journey. 

My husband, Matt, and I have been married since 2012 and have the joy of raising 2 beautiful daughters. As an adult, I have moved numerous times through both the Southern and Midwest states and have navigated many times of transition. In my time outside of work, I enjoy time with family and friends, coffee, fellowship in meals together, and being outdoors.