Amanda Harmon is a licensed clinical social worker who has spent over 10 years working with children, individuals, and families struggling with stress, behavioral, emotional and psychiatric problems in Fairfield County, CT. Amanda has worked extensively with both adults and adolescents and has specialized in the areas of transgender/gender dysphoria, domestic violence, pregnancy, sexual assault, parenting, relationship issues, and LBGP-T, I, and Gender Non-Conforming issues. Amanda has spent the last 5 years working in a school based health center in Stamford, CT with children 11-18 years old on issues around depression, anxiety, stress reduction, college planning, transitional anxiety, adjustment disorders, and communication skills. Additionally, Amanda has provided clinical supervision for those in the field looking to obtain their license, and with adults working on career and life transitions, men's issues, women's issues, relationships and grief.
Amanda is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (#006955) in the state of Connecticut, as well as a Certified School Social Worker in Connecticut, and has her SIFI certification, allowing her to supervise students in a Masters level Social Work Program and professionals working toward licensure. Amanda is also an Adjunct Professor at Fordham. Additionally, Amanda is a member of the National Association of Social Worker and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.
Amanda has appeared on Good Morning America, News Channel 12, It's Relevant, and in the Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Citizen.
Amanda has given many presentations and trainings in the Fairfield County area including "How to heal from Trauma," "More Than Sad," "Self Injury & Cutting," and "Suicide Prevention & Awareness," "TRANSlives," and "At Risk: TRANSyouth."