Amy Cofer
  • Counseling Intern
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Grief & Loss
  • Infertility
  • Spiritual Formation
  • Women's Issues
Amy Cofer is a counseling intern at ECS pursuing a
Master’s of Arts in Counseling from Huntington University
in Huntington, IN. She earned her bachelor’s degree in
Communications from the University of Tennessee.

Amy gained clinical experience working with adolescents
in school settings and counseling adults at Health Connect
America. Amy is passionate about helping adolescents
and adults navigate difficult life situations and grow
emotionally and spiritually. She provides a safe,
encouraging, and compassionate setting where she and
clients work collaboratively. Her current clinical interests
include working with clients who are coping with anxiety,
depression, grief and loss, infertility, identity development,
spiritual formation, and women’s issues.

Amy has been married to Mike for 24 years and they have
a teenage son and daughter.  In her spare time she
enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and being with family
and friends.