Amanda Swindoll, B.S.W., M.S.W.


    Having earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Lewis-Clark State College, and a Master of Social Work at Boise State College, my goal is to continue working on my PhD in social work.

    Prior to Innercept, I worked at Safe Passages as a domestic violence advocate serving women fleeing from domestic violence situations. I also worked for the Department of Health and Welfare in Child Protection Services as a case manager.

    My three favorite modalities include narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing.

    In the summer, I enjoy going to parks with my dog, swimming, paddleboarding and hiking. In the winter you can find me snowboarding or enjoying a warm fire!

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