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Amie Myrick


Amie is a licensed clinical professional counselor, trainer, and consultant who specializes in working with traumatized populations. She currently works at the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), overseeing multiple national projects funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) aimed at reducing and preventing suicidality, overdoses, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), as well as increasing capacities for local health departments and communities. Amie worked at an outpatient mental health clinic for 10 years, where she served as the Director of Education and Training and collaborated closely with the local child advocacy center and community as a therapist, supervisor, clinical coordinator, and member of multidisciplinary teams.

Amie is an ACE Interface Master Presenter in the state of Maryland and a national HOPE facilitator and technical assistance provider. She has shared her knowledge throughout the country for over 17 years on topics related to trauma and advocacy. She also provides consultation for groups and organizations interested in infusing trauma-informed approaches into their work, building parenting and therapist-based skills, and learning more about comprehensive treatment for populations affected by trauma. Amie strives to make the world a psychologically safe place where all people can grow, heal, and thrive.

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