- Amerihealth (Magellan)
- Optum (United Healthcare)
- Horizon BCBSNJ
Amia Hines is a cis-gendered African American Black female from the City of Brotherly Love. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology at Chestnut Hill College with a concentration in Diverse and Underserved Communities and her Bachelor’s degree at West Chester University with a major in Professional Studies with a minor in Psychology and Youth Empowerment and Urban Studies.
Amia has always had a passion for advocacy and loved specifically uplifting the youth. She has worked as a Mental Health Clinician at a Social Emotional Private School servicing children with Complex Trauma, ODD, ADHD, DMDD, and many other diagnoses. She has also worked within the inner cities of Philadelphia supporting low-income youth, and adults with behavioral challenges and mental health disorders.
In college, Amia has engaged in Activist social groups and hosted events centering around Social Justice and empowerment within marginalized populations. She has also facilitated social groups on the topics of self-esteem and living through the Pandemic. As a clinician, Amia supports individuals within diverse populations including ASD, LGBTQIA+, Multiracial individuals, Transracial adoptees, Behavioral, and many more.
Amia’s areas of expertise are Positive Psychology, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavior Psychology, Feminist therapy, Ecostructural Family Therapy, Play Therapy, and Group Therapy. Amia focuses more on what the individual needs before submitting to a specific practice and takes pride in creating a therapeutic journey that uniquely benefits each client. Amia looks forward to helping clients develop a happier and healthier lifestyle.