Amy Congdon (she/her/hers)

MA, PLPC

Hello! My name is Amy (she/her) and I'm so glad you found your way here.

Therapist in Raytown, MO
Supervised by Julia Schafermeyer, LPC

  • Free Initial Consultation
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Services
  • Individual
  • Adolescent/Teen

About My Clients

**I AM CURRENTLY NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS, BUT AM HAPPY TO ADD YOU TO A WAIT LIST.** I enjoy working with folks who are looking to explore their identities which might include sexuality, gender, race, religion, physical and mental ability, and roles in society. I am cognizant that our identities shape our personal and lived experiences in the world, which means that they continually impact how and what we need to heal.

My Background and Approach

I identify as a queer, Asian American, cisgender woman. I have several years of practice as a therapist and therapist-in-training, as well as a background in a variety of settings from formal teaching to community mentorship. I believe therapy is a process, a journey, and an exercise in self-discovery. It is not a solution to a problem, but rather acts as a piece of the puzzle in finding healing and wholeness. My job as a therapist is to give you a safe space to be seen and known, to ask hard questions, and accompany you to find answers. Therapy is a partnership, and if we determine I am the right person, for now, to walk along with you, I consider it a true privilege.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I am LGBTQ+ affirming, sex positive, recognize that relationships come in many forms including both monogamous and consensual non-monogamous structures, and firmly believe that Black lives matter. I approach therapy from a non-religious standpoint, but have a deep interest in how religion impacts people, including ways that it can act as a source of trauma, while also acknowledging that it can be a source of support.

I offer online counseling in the following states:
I have experience with the following
  • Agnosticism
  • Atheism
  • Christianity
  • Interfaith

At A Glance

  • Experience: 2 years of practice
  • Languages: English

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