Amy Brinn, LICSW
Parenting Coach

Passionate about Parenting

Amy Brinn, LICSW
Parent Coach
Newton, MA
blog: ParentingOnTheEdge
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About Amy

Amy Brinn is a parenting coach serving the greater Boston area. She has been engaged in understanding and supporting parents in a variety of ways and settings for a career spanning over thirty years.  She graduated from Simmons School of Social Work with a Masters of Social Work (M.S.W.). She is a licensed social worker (LICSW) in the state of Massachusetts, practicing in a broad range of social work and counseling positions. Amy has worked with adult and child clients in every age and stage of life.

Most recently, Amy has supervised and facilitated a parenting stress line and parent support groups at Parents Helping Parents in Massachusetts. She participated in developing curricula to train childcare providers in child development at Parents in a Pinch, Inc. She was the assistant director at the Program for Healthcare Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at the Harvard School of Public Health. Early in her career, Amy ran a child care program for infants through three years of age.

Amy and her husband live in Newton, MA and have two adult children.

Amy has experience with coaching, psychodynamic counseling and cognitive behavioral counseling. She has practical and theoretic experience in child development. Along with this background, she brings an organized, focused and goal-oriented approach to her work with parents.

Amy is passionate about connecting with parents on their most important task in life: raising their children. She is an experienced, warm, empathetic listener, helping parents to feel heard and be effective as parents.  She loves the work of parenting and helping parents and eagerly looks forward to working with parents to find joy and mastery in their parenting.

"Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your relationship with him" - Dr. Henker
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