Meet Amy Lynch
Hello Wild Seeker Sweets!
My name is Amy Rose Lynch (she/they) and I’m so glad that you are here, exploring, giving some spaciousness to your healing and to your life. Who am I? That’s a big question. To begin with, I’m a big ole nerd, learning and growing are my jam. What ignites my curiosity? All things decolonizing therapy (please, please, please check out Dr. Jennifer Mullan), trauma healing and metabolization, somatics, polyvagal theory (I love me a good, toned, regulated nervous system), learning and growing with the Tarot and keeping it as real as we can. Person to person. Nervous system to nervous system.
I am a mother, a partner, queer, neurodivergent, ethically non monogamous, highly sensitive, deliberate about regulating my dopamine levels, I am biracial and am of Mexican and Irish descent and funny to boot. I love to explore, travel, make good food, read good books, have deliberate, deep conversations as well as enjoy an abundance of potty humor jokes and take the time to move my body. I am a joyful survivor of childhood trauma and find it a sacred calling to use my training and my life to walk alongside others in this wide, wild world.
We need all of the perfect parts of us to work together in order to decrease burnout, to decrease overwhelm and to find acceptance, peace, and the possibility of thriving in who you are, exactly as you are, you sweet precious soul you.
I can’t help myself
I find the human condition beautiful and absurd
And am deeply honored to support others in making sense of their story and their ever developing existence. While I love me some intellectual bantering (a little goes a long way y’all) we need all of the perfect parts of us to work together in order to decrease burnout, to decrease overwhelm and to find acceptance, peace, and the possibility of thriving in who you are, exactly as you are, you sweet precious soul you.
We celebrate you in session, we laugh, we cry, we LEARN and we meet where we are at. It makes no sense if it doesn’t make let us put this into practice
sense, and, if we get it a little off, we come back and try again because you are worthy, I am worthy, we are worthy of persistence.
I love what I do. I love who I meet, clients become part of the Wild Open Joy family because we don’t do this alone. As a person who lives with Complex Trauma and ADHD as well as a mother of kiddos with neurodivergency I believe in brain training, the possibility of it being better, learning ourselves and how we work, investing in ourselves and each other so that we are represented in circles, sitting and contributing at all the tables, feeling powerful in our big, beautiful selves.
Your healing impacts my healing, impacts our healing, impacts the world.
learning about ourselves
We are so complex, aren’t we?
I do believe that I am here on this earth to be a well ancestor, confronting and altering patterns that have been passed down over and over again, reveling in the dichotomy that I have also been handed down many glorious, necessary strengths. We are so complex, aren’t we?
Your healing impacts my healing, impacts our healing, impacts the world. This is a big deal ya’ll and I’m here for all of it, learning and growing alongside you, showing up in my highest and my best, with my cup of tea and a red lip!
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