Amy Manns

Amy is a Licensed Resident in Counseling at Fountain of Hope Counseling Center. She is a compassionate and dedicated mental health counselor who has devoted her career to helping individuals navigate their emotional and psychological challenges. With a strong background in counseling and extensive training in therapeutic techniques, Amy brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to each clinical session.

From an early age, Amy displayed a natural inclination towards understanding and supporting others in their personal journeys. This innate empathy led her to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Community Based Counseling at Virginia State University, where she developed a deep understanding of human behavior and the complexities of the mind. Eager to make a difference in the lives of those struggling with mental health issues, Amy went on to earn a Master’s degree in School Counseling, specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, and families.

Amy has gained valuable experience working in both clinical, school, and community settings. She has collaborated with individuals from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and age groups, fostering a nonjudgmental and inclusive approach to counseling. Whether assisting individuals with anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD or other mental health concerns, Amy believes in tailoring her therapeutic approach to each individual’s unique needs and circumstances.

-“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.” Brené Brown



Coronavirus Notice

We at Fountain of Hope Counseling Center are working to keep our office open and accessible while continuing to provide excellent care. We take our responsibility to you, our clients, as well as our employees very seriously.

We are following and have implemented recommendations from the CDC/MDH including increasing the frequency of disinfecting public areas and offices. We are encouraging our employees to stay home if they are not feeling well. Similarly, if you or a loved one have been affected by COVID-19, in that you are experiencing signs or symptoms like a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or have been in contact with someone experiencing these symptoms or have traveled internationally in the last 14 days we would ask you to please stay home and change your appointment to a video telehealth session, which can take place from the comfort of your home.

Video sessions, or telehealth, are covered by your insurance in the same way it would cover a face-to-face session and are HIPPA secure. NO downloads are required and it’s easy to access by computer or smart phone with just a few clicks. Our staff will gladly walk you through connecting to the video platform should you have any questions.

If you are ill and want to change your appointment to a video session or need to cancel your appointment, give us a 24 hour notice for any changes.

We will inform you of any changes to our business practices as updates occur from CDC/MDH.

We know that the media’s current focus on COVID-19 and the risks and potential impact can exacerbate fear, anxiety and depression for many. We are committed to continuing to provide excellent care while partnering with you in your therapeutic journey toward hope and healing.