Amanda Campos, LCSW earned her Master's degree in Social Work from Columbia University. She previously worked as a clinical social worker at New York-Presbyterian Hospital providing individual and group therapy to adolescents and young adults. Most recently Amanda was a therapist and crisis counselor at the Rape Treatment Center at UCLA Medical Center providing trauma therapy to adult survivors.
Her expertise includes trauma, depression, anxiety, adjustment to illness, and intersectional/systemic issues impacting BIPOC folks and the LGBTQIA+ community. She has specialized training in a variety of modalities including EMDR, CBT, TF-CBT, TRM (Trauma Resiliency Model), mindfulness, and somatic interventions such as trauma-informed yoga. Amanda completed her EMDR training at the Parnell Institute in 2021. She is also a member of the LA Human Rights Initiative at UCLA and received training to provide forensic evaluations for individuals seeking asylum.
Amanda enjoys teaching and is an adjunct lecturer and advisor at Columbia School of Social Work.