Amy Wine, CEO
Amy Wine Counseling Center, Inc.
Amy Wine found her calling in life after she became a schoolteacher. Discovering she had a special place in her heart for “kids with trauma,” she walked away from teaching and went to graduate school. On a mission to serve others, she finished a three-year degree in two years by taking up to 20 credits a semester.
Amy loves to work with children, including children on the autism spectrum. She is equally passionate about counseling couples.
“Everyone’s story is different, but we all have the same emotion under these experiences,” Amy explains. “We work from the emotion.”
In particular, Amy finds it rewarding to work with couples in marriage counseling. “If I can help a couple have a marriage like they just said, “I Do” then everything in the family unit functions peacefully” she says.
Since opening her multiple, award-winning private practice three years ago, Amy has added multiple counselors to meet the explosive demand for her services. Today, the center has a team of 16 talented counselors, each with a specialty that enhances the overall practice, allowing us to serve more of our community. All counselors are hand-selected by Amy herself, after being put through a rigorous interview process. She expects to continue to grow her practice in person and has expanded online.
Her dream is to also be able to support those unable to come to in-person counseling. Amy introduced online counseling (telehealth) in early 2019 as an expanded service to people all over the state of Texas. She also has created an online community for couples with an online course that launches twice a year called Spark: Reignite Your Marriage and an online monthly membership for couples. Lastly, she is the host of her very own podcast, Marriage on Fire.
Amy and her team strive to make each client feel at home the minute they walk in the door. There’s even a fireplace in the waiting room, which feels more like a living room than an office. The space includes a playroom for kids and each private therapy room is desk-free with a calming décor.
When asked how new clients get paired with the right counselor, Amy explains that this occurs thanks to a well-developed process.
“We have a diverse team with specialists in almost everything—eating disorders, OCD, depression and anxiety, marriage, special needs, play therapy, anger management, drugs and addiction—to name a few. It very rarely happens, but we are so confident in our team that if a counselor isn’t right fit after the first session, you can see someone else in our group and the next session is paid by me.”
If you or a loved one could benefit from counseling, take the first step. Call Amy Wine Counseling Center. They offer services for children, teens, adults, couples, families, and those with autism spectrum disorders. Also, her counselors hold specialty training in play therapy, EMDR, CBT, DBT, and more.
So either online or in person, Amy holds the answers you are seeking to improve your life and marriage.
17920 Huffmeister Road, Suite 150 | Cypress, Texas 77429 | (832) 421-8714
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