Amber Bateman, M.A.
Amber holds a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University and is currently pursuing licensure in Virginia. Amber previously studied Communications in Florida and Religious Studies in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Amber has over ten years of experience in the helping profession, serving with a therapeutic wilderness camp, pregnancy care center, Florida Sheriff Youth Ranch mentoring program, Sexual Assault Response Program, and Student Counseling Services.
Amber enjoys helping clients through a variety of difficulties, including anxiety, adjustment and acculturation struggles, spiritual concerns, grief and loss. She is the (co)author of two books, Little Women in the Wilderness (2012) and Reflections Along the Trail (2016). Amber and her husband, Greg, enjoy international travel, theatre, and dance.
“No pit is so deep that His love is not deeper still; with Jesus even in our darkest moments, the best remains and the very best is yet to be.” – Corrie ten Boom