W67 N222 Evergreen Blvd. North Building, Suite 111
Cedarburg, WI 53012



Amanda Dahlman, MA, LPC-IT, NCC

I believe that honesty, honor, and respect are all central to the counseling process. I believe that by fostering a safe environment, growth, change, and healing can take place. My hope is that each person will leave my office feeling valued and empowered to work towards their goals.

I have a passion for those dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, stress management, life transitions, grief and loss, behavioral addictions, identity and self-esteem issues, relationship issues, and sports performance. My approach is client-centered, strengths-based, faith-based, and incorporates tools from cognitive behavioral therapy. However, my utmost priority is understanding the person in front of me and adjusting my interventions to suit their unique needs.

As a licensed professional counselor in training, I am equipped to work with older adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have gained clinical experience at a College Counseling Center as well as a faith-based non-profit.

I graduated from Messiah University in May 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training. Subsequently, I obtained a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Messiah University and graduated in December 2023.

Due to having an extensive sports background, I enjoy counseling athletes and coaches. I earned second-team all-state in high school volleyball and competed at the NCAA Division III level in volleyball. I recognize that sports can take a toll on an athlete’s mental health. Therefore, I am devoted to creating a safe space for athletes to understand that their mental health is just as important as their physical health. I am also the founder of an organization, known as Hope for Athletes, which raises awareness for student-athlete mental health.