Amy Waldron

Amy Waldron, LPC has worked with children and adolescents with emotional
and behavioral challenges for the past 30 years. Amy has extensive
experience working with victims of emotional, physical, and sexual trauma
and is well versed in various trauma models, as well as in clinical supervision
and program development. She has been integrally involved in implementing
best practice program models for various at-risk populations at Devereux
including a Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports model in the school
and residential programs. She has been trained as a trainer through the
Georgia Governor’s Office for Children and Families to train others to work
with victims of CSEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children), and
provides direct CSEC services to youth at Devereux.