Dr. Amanda Wetegrove-Romine
I'm a Licensed Psychologist, recovering perfectionist, and nature enthusiast. Hiking saved me after my dad’s death. Without knowing it at the time, I was developing a systematic process for quite literally walking through my grief by harnessing the mood-boosting power of nature. It ultimately led me to finding my purpose as a therapist: teaching people that the outdoors can be a complementary therapy for so many mental health issues. I educate the public on the benefits nature has on our mental health, and I'm an advocate for green space preservation.
These days I get women out of the office and onto the trail, helping them uncover their strengths and build courage and confidence. I'm passionate about helping women recover from depression, anxiety, and the effects of trauma. I also help women with issues related to perfectionism, body image, self-esteem and self-worth, as well as sleep problems.