Amy Schantz, LIMHP recently joined Pender Community Hospital’s staff as a licensed independent mental health practitioner in its Outpatient Clinic. 

Schantz, who has specialized training in trauma, parent-child interaction therapy, autism spectrum disorders and child behaviors, is available for both in-person and telehealth appointments the first and third Tuesday of each month.  

As part of her practice, Schantz performs assessments, diagnoses, psychotherapy, treatment planning and crisis management for children, adolescents and adults. As a licensed independent mental health practitioner, Schantz provides flexible therapy that combines psychotherapy with practical, problem resolution strategies. 

Schantz earned both her Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Wayne State College.

PCH offers several types of behavioral health treatment options for people of all ages. For more information, visit pchne.org/services/behavioral-health.