Amanda Bode Davidson is a Master’s Licensed Psychologist. She received a Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University, a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Calvin College, and a post-graduate certificate in Addictions Studies from the University of Michigan.
Amanda is passionate about utilizing an integrative and person-centered approach to help individuals grow individually and in their relationships. Amanda believes in a holistic approach to therapy and uses a strength-based approach, along with techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Therapy, and mindfulness based practices.
Amanda has experience providing individual and group therapy, psychological assessment, and substance abuse evaluation and treatment. Clients have shared that they find Amanda to be authentic, insightful, and passionate about her work. She has extensive experience working with teens, college students, and young adults. Amanda has special interest in working with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, intra- and inter-personal concerns, Autism Spectrum Disorder Level 1 (formerly known as Asperger’s Disorder), college transitions, and alcohol and marijuana abuse. Amanda is an LGBTQ+ affirming psychologist. She strives to make clients feel safe and supported in nonjudgmental environment.
Amanda works in the Farmington Hills office.