Amy Whittle brings to Providence Mental Health excellent customer service skills perfected over 20 years of diverse experience. She exhibits extraordinary problem-solving skills, flexibility, and the ability to remain levelheaded in demanding situations. Amy spent the last six years working as a paraprofessional and intervention specialist in early childhood education. As such, she came to Providence Mental Health with an interest in experiencing the family systems model while applying her knowledge of trauma informed care. Through her creativity, willingness to overcome challenges and her ability to develop protocols, Amy is revered as a fierce leader in her professional and personal life.
Amy has a fantastic sense of humor, an unmistakable laugh and a deep enjoyment for all things fun. In addition to her work as an Administrative Assistant here at Providence, Amy is a business owner and avid Spartan Racer. In her spare time she can be found training at the gym, trail running, hanging out with her family, or volunteering on the leadership team of Finding Freedom; a local non-profit near and dear to Amy’s heart as it empowers community members to find healing and wholeness through a passionate and supportive group environment.