Amy Lumadue LPCC
Amy Lumadue has more than 20 years of experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities and their families. She is trained in multiple treatment methodologies, including DIRFloortime, TEACCH and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and holds a certificate in Early Childhood Mental Health from the Ohio Department of Mental Health. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bethel College and her master’s degree in counseling and psychological services from St. Mary’s University; she also studied at Ashland Theological Seminary. Her national presentations on issues related to autism include a presentation at the American Music Therapy National Conference on the use of music therapy to facilitate emotional development.