Amanda Ashley Fresnics, LCSW
Owner – Psychotherapist – Spiritual Counselor
A message from Amanda:
I first would like to extend much gratitude for you heeding the call to heal.
You are in the right place.
I believe that we’re all born perfect, whole and with a unique purpose to share with our world. Unfortunately, life experiences, traumas, unsupportive relationships and society cause us to fall into forgetfulness and we stop living in the truth of who we really are. When we stop living in the truth of who we really are, dis-ease of the mind, body and Spirit is formed.
The journey is one back to Ourselves.
How can we live a life guided by our True North? I guide others to deepen their connection with themselves so that they may live a more satisfying and purpose-driven life. I do this by helping individuals move through old, negative beliefs, trauma, unhelpful behaviors and other barriers to true expression.
Compassion starts within.
When we develop compassion for ourselves, we best serve others. As your guide, I am committed to strengthening and developing my connection with Self & Spirit to to be a compassionate witness on your journey. It is my intention to hold a sacred space of non-judgment and full presence.
My long-term vision is to create a more compassionate, divinely inspired world.
Let us embody our Wholeness so we can help others do the same. I serve to create a force for awakening in this world that will be manifested in the manner in which individuals live their lives – sourced from presence, quietude and inner guidance.
Amanda Fresnics, LCSW is a spiritual counselor, therapist and founder of Whole Soul Healing. Amanda sought out spiritual practice and Self-healing at a young age. Through her own healing she has committed to helping others do the same. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University and a certificate in Spiritual Counseling and Direction from One Spirit Learning Alliance (OSLA). Amanda has published psychological research on self-compassion and mindfulness to contribute to the burgeoning area of research where East meets West in psychotherapy.
Amanda has been on various meditative and healing retreats both in the US and internationally. Her work is influenced by a wide variety of wisdom sources, teachers, texts, traditions and mentors. She believes in the power of nature-based practices, meditative practice, psychological explorations, and the body as a portal to wisdom, Soul and Spirit.https://member.psychologytoday.com/verified-seal.js