HeartLink Counseling: helping people love and feel loved

Nothing can be more distressing than when our marriage or partnership has become a constant source of conflict and loneliness rather than the safe haven we anticipated enjoying for a lifetime. We all long to be seen and loved for who we really are, and need to know we can count on others through the ups and downs of life.

HeartLink's Founder, Amanda Carver, is a Certified Emotionally Focused (EFT) Therapist, who assists couples and individuals in navigating difficult moments of conflict or disconnection in relationships. Whether hurting from a betrayal or struggling with communication, HeartLink guides couples through new experiences of connection to a place where healing is possible and each partner is seen and felt. In times of difficult change or when processing older wounds, HeartLink supports individuals in tapping inner wisdom to generate peace, presence, joy, and connection.

Our passion is helping people love and feel loved. None of us are broken - sometimes we're just stuck and need a caring guide. We welcome you to contact us with any questions about how we can assist you toward creating a meaningful and love-filled life.

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About Amanda Carver   

Amanda Carver is the Founder of HeartLink Counseling. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been practicing psychotherapy since 2003. She received her Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University, where she also received advanced training through The Family Institute’s Post-Graduate Clinical Fellowship.

Amanda is fully certified in treating couples using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and is a Supervisor Candidate in helping teach other clinicians how to learn EFT. She also has advanced training using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to assist individual clients with mindfulness, mood difficulties, and coping.

Amanda is sensitive to and affirming of diverse experiences of race, gender, sexuality, ability, religion, and social class.

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