Dr. Amy Greenamyer completed her PhD in Counseling Psychology at the University of Louisville in 2003. Her career background is diverse, beginning with her internship at the Lexington V.A. Hospital. She has worked with individuals experiencing severe mental illness within a hospital setting. On an out-patient basis, she has performed assessments for family-court referrals, learning disabilities and developmental disabilities; as well as psychotherapy for individuals with eating disorders, body image concerns, PTSD, and emotional adjustment issues including depression and anxiety. In addition to her independent clinical work, Dr. Greenamyer now proudly owns one of the leading group practices in the area with fifteen clinicians providing high-quality healthcare in a nurturing atmosphere.
Dr. Greenamyer’s areas of specialty continue to center on individual therapy and assessment with special focus on women’s issues, fertility & pregnancy-related adjustment, anxiety, depression, and ADHD. She currently collaborates with a number of fertility clinics around the country, including Kentucky Fertility Institute, performing evaluations for people involved with the egg/sperm donation and/or gestational surrogacy processes. She was the first doctoral level psychologist in Kentucky to become a member of The American Academy for Reproductive Medicine. For more information on fertility-related services, click here.
Also working with Dr. Greenamyer is her emotional support dog, Lucy. Lucy is a rescued lab/vizsla mix who had experienced severe neglect in the early months of her life. She is now a calming, friendly member of Compass Counseling & Psychology Services.
Dr. Greenamyer, along with her husband, is the proud parent of two children. She is involved in a number of local charities including the Kosair Children’s Hospital Foundation, March of Dimes and Postpartum Support Kentuckiana. She enjoys basking in the sunshine at any beach, board games, reading and laughing.