Amanda Diamond, PLPC, CRC, NCC

Hi! I’m Amanda Diamond. I work with adults, teens, and their families. I enjoy supporting clients navigating through life transitions, trauma, self-esteem challenges, career exploration, conflict-resolution, and overwhelming everyday life experiences.

My role is simple, I am here to support you and work alongside you, treating you as the unique individual you are. I see you as a whole person, who is worthy of love and unconditional acceptance, regardless of where you are on your journey. I believe that with the right support and approach, healing and lasting change are possible and within reach.

As a mental health care provider, I am trauma-trained and have additional knowledge and understanding of working with disabilities. I received my Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling, providing me with extensive training and education in Career Counseling and Vocational Rehabilitation. At the end of the day, my hope is that you feel guided, supported, and empowered to recognize your abilities, understand your strengths, and have confidence in the choices you make, leading you to live an independent and meaningful life.

Let’s start this journey today. Visit my website to learn more and to schedule a session.



Phone: (314) 329-7474

Why work with Amanda Diamond?

As a professional, I feel passionate about being involved in work that is meaningful and focused on improving the lives of others. I pride myself in being organized, driven, creative, and detail-oriented. While continually seeking out ways to improve my effectiveness as a counselor, my genuine goal is to make sure everyone who walks through my door feels accepted and that they belong.  
Seeking therapy is a brave step to improve ones’ life, and 
I believe that with the right support and approach, healing is possible and within reach. 

Prior to becoming a Master in Rehab Counseling, I earned my Bachelors in Psychology and Minor in Multi-Cultural Studies from The University of Missouri-Columbia, Honors College, in 2011. After undergrad, I joined Teach For America (TFA), serving as a corps member and active alumna. While in TFA I taught Visual Arts, Media Literacy, and Science-Art Enrichment, in addition to writing and testing curriculum. I was awarded the honor of Teacher of the Year, in Houston Independent School District, and founded ‘Ladies League,’ a support group for pre-teen and teen girls.  Ladies League focused on self-esteem, understanding boundaries, building confidence, and navigating mental health through the lens of an adolescent female in our society. After spending time in the Education sector, I shifted my focus to Healthcare, where I gained a decade worth of experience by partnering with long-term and short-term care communities to meet the needs of the aging population through comprehensive and compassionate care.

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