Amy Matos, LICSW, CYT

Licensed Clinician, Certified yoga teacher

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Approach to treatment:

Amy's approach to treatment incorporates a balance of body and spirit based interventions along with concrete concepts and skill application to support individuals throughout the healing process. Amy provides a grounded presence and safe space for individuals to be just as they are. As a certified yoga teacher, Amy is able to utilize various yogic postures, breath-work and philosophy in addition to therapeutic clinical knowledge.


Theories & interventions:

Amy’s approach is influenced by:

  • Psycho-educational

  • Mindfulness Practices

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Acceptant & Commitment Therapy

  • Yoga

  • Breath work

  • Guided Imagery / meditation

  • Supportive therapy

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Amy is a great match for you if:

  • You are experiencing grief or working through loss

  • You are experiencing stress, anxiety, or overwhelm

  • You are looking for an experiential approach to learning relaxation strategies

  • You prefer concrete applications of concepts discussed

  • You are the person everyone else goes to for help, or have a disproportionate amount of responsibility in your life (i.e. primary caretakers, entrepreneurs, etc.)

  • You tend to put others' needs before yourself

  • You identify as an empath or highly sensing person

  • You are in the process of management of medical conditions


Specialties & expertise:

  • Grief/loss

  • Stress & overwhelm

  • Relaxation strategies

  • Mindfulness

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Mind-body connection

  • Self-growth & acceptance

  • Work-related stressors

  • Family challenges

  • Life transitions

  • Loss of self-connection

  • Authentic living & value exploration

  • Integration of medical/physical symptoms & emotional experience




Yoga for Anxiety & Depression (Wednesdays 12:30pm-1:30pm): This class supports emotional balance through grounding, releasing, mindful movement, breath work, and emphasis on present-moment awareness.

Grief Yoga (Fridays 8:00am-9:00am): Grief yoga blends yoga, movement, and sound to release the pain of grief and loss to reconnect to love and grace. Each class is compromised of four components including awareness, expression, connection, and surrender. Emotional experiences are encouraged and welcomed as part of the healing process. Grief yoga isn't so much about physical flexibility as it is emotional liberation.