Amy Buesing, Psy.D., Atlanta Psychologist
Dr. Buesing is a licensed psychologist who specializes in treating trauma. She provides assessment and treatment of adolescents, and adults. Dr. Buesing received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Montclair State University in New Jersey, and a doctorate in psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles. As a doctoral student, she completed an internship with the Counseling Center of Santa Monica, providing group and individual therapy to at-risk adolescents. She also completed an internship with the Wright Institute Los Angeles, an Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship training site. Dr. Buesing finished her post-doctoral training with a full-time residency at the Family Stress Center in North Hills, CA, where she specialized in treating survivors of child abuse and sexual trauma. She led groups for foster caregivers, provided individual and group supervision to psychology trainees, and administered sexual abuse evaluations. Dr. Buesing has worked for several years in the area of trauma, and has extensive experience conducting psychological evaluations. With the Medlin Treatment Center, Dr. Buesing provided services to child and adolescent survivors of trauma, and was trained and certified to provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Treatment. In addition to working in private practice, Dr. Buesing administers posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) evaluations to veterans. She is currently a member of the American Psychological Association, APA Division of Trauma Psychology, the Georgia Psychological Association, and the Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation. Dr. Buesing is also a mother, an HKC-certified kettlebell fitness instructor, and an avid yoga student. She incorporates a holistic approach to wellness and incorporates this in therapy with clients of all health and fitness backgrounds. The primary objective is fostering warmth and compassion, and for clients to achieve the most possibility and fulfillment in their lives.