Get to Know Amy Blankenship, LPCC-S, TRCC (She|Her)
Practicum and Internship Coordinator | Embedded Clinician, College of Engineering & Applied Science
Amy Blankenship, she/her, is a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervisory designation (LPCC-S). She is the Internship and Practicum Coordinator for CAPS. Embedded in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS), you can find her in Baldwin Hall. Amy is certified in Trauma Responsive Care, values person-centered, solution-focused therapeutic approaches, and strives to support others using a DEI lens, always. She uses natural curiosity to provide a safe space for all she encounters in hopes of serving each human based on individual experiences and resiliency. Bringing her top strengths of love, gratitude, and kindness to each session, she aspires to help others achieve the change or inner peace they desire. In her free time, Amy loves to see live music, connect with nature, practice mindfulness, and spend time with loved ones.
Why did I become a counselor: I adamantly believe in the healing that occurs through sharing your story with safe others. My hope is for no one to feel alone in their pain. It is simply the greatest gift to be able to love humans for exactly who they are, and I can’t imagine doing anything different.
What I like about Cincinnati: The OH & Little Miami Rivers, Smale Park, The Taft Theatre, Skyline, the outdoor greens of April, plus...it’s the hometown to most of my family, which is really why I’m here.
Instagram accounts I follow for my mental health: Steven Bartlett; Glennon Doyle; Topher Kearby; Dr. Jaiya John