Amma Pennick is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her undergraduate BBA in Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin State University and her Masters in Counseling from the University of North Texas at Dallas. Amma began her counseling career in a teen recovery center and K-12 school settings in 2015, addressing the social-emotional needs of children, adolescents, and teens. Later, she channeled her focus to clinical work in private practice.
Amma specializes in therapy for individuals experiencing underlying anxiety and mood disorders, unresolved trauma, life transitions, stress and burnout, and relationship challenges. In addition to her current role, Amma serves as the Care Coordinator and advocate for high-needs students. Amma’s training approach to therapy is Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Person-Centered, which promotes a collaborative therapeutic relationship. She believes our thoughts can play a significant role in our behaviors. Amma enjoys traveling experiencing a variety of cultures and cuisines. She loves her plants, everything about the arts, hosting family and friends at home, promoting self-care and wellness.