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Amy Mann Coone MA, LMFT
AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Bachelor's or Arts in Psychology from Appalachian State University 

Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Appalachian State University


Specializes in:

Marriage Therapy



Blended Families

Her Story

Amy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Approved Clinical Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and an adjunct professor at Appalachian State University where she assists in training students in the Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy Program.  Amy has been practicing in the field for over 20 years as a systemic family therapist, and if you asked her about her work, you will commonly hear her say, "I love what I do!"  Her experience includes working with all dynamics of families including nuclear families, divorce, remarriage and blended families, parenting, sibling issues, developmental stages within families and individuals, child and teen challenges, along with aging and illness challenges.  Amy has worked extensively with depression and anxiety needs with individuals and in families as well. 


Amy works to help individuals and families empower themselves.   She sees her role as one in which she helps each individual build honest and healthy connection through improving communication, building strengths, learning to address challenges within the family as a unit, while using methods to strengthen the individual as a whole. She assists her clients with working through the barriers that life will inevitably throw at them and then using those challenges to build new tools as they move forward, healthier and better prepared for their future. She enjoys working with individuals, couples, children and adolescents.  Amy brings a patient and calming spirit to therapy, along with her good spirited humor, creating a safe environment for her clients to address their needs.  "Therapy can be hard work.  It is important to feel accepted in the therapy space and have faith that your therapist "gets you" and is ready to bear witness to whatever need you bring to each session.  I am truly grateful to get to witness this with my client and join them in their growth process."



Amy obtained her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Appalachian State University in 2001. She specializes in a variety of therapy techniques including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Systemic Family Therapy. She takes particular interest in holistic approaches to mental and physical wellness in order to balance the Mind and Body in a way that creates a more healthy individual and in turn a more healthy family.


I would be glad to answer any questions that you have. Just send me a note.

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