Amanda Lehrer, MSW
Amanda Lehrer brings to PCH Treatment Center her clinical expertise and a comprehensive understanding of resources for those struggling with mental and behavioral health issues.
Amanda earned her master’s degree in social work from Case Western Reserve University and her bachelor’s in social work from Mercyhurst University. As a Social Worker with over 20 years of experience, Amanda has had the opportunity to use her clinical skills in a variety of settings which include: designing disaster mental health preparedness and response curriculums, developing and delivering mental health training for clinicians, counseling adolescents and families in residential and community settings, working with Region II Head Start Programs as the Mental Health Content Specialist, providing Clinical Outreach and Business Development to CRC Health, Constellations Behavioral Health, Ellenhorn and most recently consulting with New York Center for Living.
Amanda is a fierce advocate for those suffering from mental health and problematic substance abuse. She is gifted in building alignment and rapport with clients, so they become partners in their treatment. Amanda also creates opportunities for the family to engage in that partnership, so there is a healthy outcome for every member of the family system.
Amanda is an activist and advocate for those who are often voiceless. She not only carries this forward in her day-to-day work, but she makes sure to share this energy and enthusiasm with her three children.