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Amy Mielke

Mental Health Intern



Sometimes people think that if they are seeing a therapist there is something wrong with them. I want to help reduce the stigma that goes along with mental health therapy.

I share with my clients that are hesitant about therapy that mental health is just as important as physical health and it can be taken care of with help.

I strive to create a safe and welcoming place for people to come and sort out their life experiences. Sometimes people just need an unbiased listener to help them see life through a different window.

Amy received her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from SDSU in 2005. In 2021, Amy started the Master's Degree program for Clinical Mental Health Counseling and graduated from Northern State University in 2023. Amy did her practicum and internship through The Support Circle and will continue to work towards her licensing there as well. Amy has worked with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe with their Head Start program and has worked with clients in the local school system.

Client Focus

Couples, Families, individuals, children (starting at 3+)

Types of Therapy



(Standard) Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, and more

(Specialties) LGBTQIA+ concerns

More Than Just Work

I enjoy sitting in the shade and watching the water with the company of a good friend. I like to turn old or used stuff into something new and fun. Upcycling is a fun hobby of mine!

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