Amanda Sneed, LCSW is a licensed social worker in Kentucky.
Mrs. Sneed received her bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University and her master’s degree from Spalding University. She has worked in a variety of settings that included both inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse services. Mrs. Sneed has worked with programs addressing family dynamics and childhood adoption. She has also assisted with supervising master’s level students as they advance to become future practitioners. She has worked in the field as both a case manager and therapist for over twenty years. Mrs. Sneed is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Mrs. Sneed promotes helping patients find their inner strength to achieve and sustain positive emotional, mental and physical health. She helps patients build their toolboxes full of coping skills to handle their stress. The therapy process can include addressing issues such as relationship difficulties, adjusting to challenging life changes, and/or dealing with loss. Mrs. Sneed provides treatment to ages 12 and up for individuals, couples and especially families using a variety of treatment approaches that include, but are not limited to cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, solution focused and goal centered therapy. Common conditions Mrs. Sneed treats include depression, anxiety, bipolar, substance abuse, grief, trauma, cognitive issues and a variety of other concerns.
Mrs. Sneed is married and takes care of a variety of pets. She also enjoys golf, playing guitar and banjo, preserving and restoring classic cars, and outdoor activities with family and friends.