Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy

About Me

Amy Hachquet, M.S., LMFT, is a licensed therapist dedicated to bettering the lives of individuals, couples, and families. In private practice since 2012, she provides heartfelt guidance to her diverse clients by helping them navigate relationship dynamics, support in managing anxiety, depression, trauma - and beyond. She's also an innovative life coach who helps individuals achieve clarity, find hope, and make lasting personal changes for positive living.

Amy holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Biola University and a Master of Science degree in Couple and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She's a respected public advocate for mental health and for more than a decade has shared her insight and expertise with the business community from USC University Hospital to Greenspun Media Group. Amy is also a trusted media expert and is a frequent informative guest on news programs like MORE, Las Vegas NOW, Morning Blend, and Wake Up with the CW.

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Therapy Services

  • Individual Therapy

    Private counseling can help a client identify unhealthy behavior patterns and thrive as a person. From coping with grief and overcoming psychological trauma to managing depression and anxiety, healing is within reach.

  • Couple Therapy

    With counseling, couples in distress can improve their relationships. Anger, fear, and loss of trust can be overcome, and individual symptoms of depression and anxiety can be resolved as the couple works together.

  • Family Therapy

    Joining together in therapy, families can work both together and individually to resolve problems that make an unwanted impact on the family as a whole or on individual members. By exploring roles, family relationships can be rebuilt, restored, and healed.

  • Life Coaching

    In a dynamic and targeted process, clients can engage customized life coaching to find motivation and inspiration. Achieving personal and professional goals, improving communication skills, achieving work-to-life balance, and reaching next-level growth are all possibilities.

  • EMDR

    Just as the body heals, the emotional brain can recover also. After traumatic events like the death of a loved one, being injured in an accident, or suffering from the effects of childhood abuse, EMDR therapy can encourage and enhance the mind’s ability to properly process negative experiences, leading to healing and wholeness. Contact Amy for more information about this specialized and effective treatment.

  • Teletherapy

    It's true, these are difficult times, but with teletherapy, clients can benefit from video-enabled counseling sessions that are HIPPA-compliant, secure, effective, and comfortable at a physical distance. Positive results are achieved using free, easy-to-download platforms that work on each client's preferred device —smartphone, tablet, or laptop computer.

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