OCD and Anxiety
Amanda Heins, PsyD, is the full-time attending psychologist for Child and Adolescent Day Treatment at Rogers' Brown Deer campus. Dr. Heins oversees all clinical care in the program and works with clinical staff to provide evidence-based care for each patient. Prior to joining Rogers, Dr. Heins was the program coordinator for the Alternatives to Sexual Assault Program at Family Options Counseling in Wauwatosa, where she completed both her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship. Dr. Heins also completed a pre-doctoral practicum at Rogers Memorial Hospital where she worked with Bradley C. Riemann, PhD. Graduating with honors, Dr. Heins received her Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology degree in clinical psychology from Midwestern University in Illinois.
Dr. Heins has extensive clinical experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families who present with a wide range of clinical needs. Dr. Heins has specialized clinical training in treating individuals impacted by trauma (e.g., sexual abuse, physical abuse, and neglect), ADHD, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, attachment and relational problems, developmental disorders, and other emotional/behavioral concerns. To meet the diverse needs of her clients, Dr. Heins utilizes an evidence-based therapeutic approach with a strong emphasis in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), trauma-focused CBT, play therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and exposure and response prevention when applicable. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Wisconsin Psychological Association.