Amanda Mohammed is a Registered Clinical Mental Health Counseling Intern in Florida. She obtained her Associate's and Bachelor's in Psychology from COSTAATT, Trinidad and Tobago, then migrated to Florida, where she received her Master's at Lynn University. Amanda is the Graduate Student Representative and Board Member for the American Counseling Association, a division of the International Association for Trauma and Resiliency Counseling. Amanda enjoys working with a diverse population, including children, teens, adults, and families. She works with clients to build an understanding, collaborative relationship. She utilizes a range of therapeutic interventions to address the unique needs of her clients by pulling from a toolbox of modalities, including CBT, DBT, Narrative, Somatic, Experiential, and ACT. Her goal is to integrate a trauma-informed perspective to help clients who experienced life events that affected their holistic wellness. Amanda incorporates her love for dance, movies, music, soccer, and creative arts to allow clients an outlet to express themselves. Her passion for working in the mental health field led her to research, which included studies such as factors contributing to mental health stigma, competency in trauma-informed care among therapists, and the intersection of Autism Spectrum Disorder and identity. She interned at a residential inpatient treatment center, working with dual-diagnosis and personality disorders, including Borderline, Antisocial, Narcissistic, and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorders.