Amanda Butler, MFTI

Amanda believes that a caring and genuine therapeutic relationship can assist people in living a more meaningful, joyful, and productive life. Therapy provides a non-judgmental space in which to explore ways of navigating life’s stresses and challenges, find freedom from depression and anxiety, and connect more deeply with oneself. Her approach is person-centered, gentle, direct, and practical, with an emphasis on finding hope and meaning even in the midst of suffering. Amanda strives to create a safe space in which clients can address any difficulties they are experiencing and connect to their inner strength.


Counseling Focus:

  • Couples Counseling

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Grief and loss

  • Meaning and identity

  • Career issues

  • Women-specific issues

  • Health challenges


  • 2nd Year Graduate Student in Counseling Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute

  • Marriage and Family Therapist Intern