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Mary Fitzgibbons, Ph.D.

Mary Fitzgibbons

I am a licensed psychologist and the director of West County Psychological Associates (WCPA). I began this practice in 1986 after having worked in education for twenty years. Previously, I had been an elementary teacher, and then a counselor and Guidance Director at Lafayette High School.

Because of my familiarity with working with elementary and secondary schools, we, at WCPA, began working extensively with numbers of schools in the form of training and consulting with administrators and teachers through Care Teams, doing presentations for parents in regard to effective child rearing and consulting with various business and educational groups. I have also taught counseling/psychology classes at Webster University, Fontbonne University, the University of Colorado, and the University of San Francisco. 

One of the great joys of my life has been being able to practice therapy in a way that I believe has long-lasting and effective results. I believe that a good therapist never stops learning. I also believe that the efficacy of therapy comes from the relationship between the therapist and the client. The therapeutic relationship is the basis of what creates change. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with pre-adolescents, adolescents, adults, seniors, and couples. My hope is that this work has been helpful to my clients. I am fortunate in that it has also given me great satisfaction.

Amy Maus, MSW, LCSW

Amy Maus

I specialize in services to schools, including work within public, private, and parochial schools serving students of all ages. Frequently, I provide training to school staff, presentations for parent groups, and consultation and training for Care Teams. A particular joy of mine is providing presentations and workshops to school-related groups of all sizes. I also lead monthly consultation groups for area school principals, and serve as an on-site school social worker for schools that contract for weekly services. Working with students of all ages, their families and school staff has been the focus of my clinical work.

In addition to my work with schools, I am trained to and provide psychoeducational testing services for students age 6 years and older, focusing on issues related to ADHD, depression and anxiety, behavioral problems, and learning differences. Please see our Psychological Testing page for more information.

Amy Neu, MSW, LCSW

Amy Neu

I provide private therapy for adults, older adults, and caregivers who are facing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, grief, coping with medical issues, dementia, and end of life.  I meet with clients for sessions in the office, virtually, or in-home/on-site depending on each client’s need. Traditional Medicare does cover psychotherapy, and I am a contracted provider. 

In addition to my work with individual clients, I provide on-site counseling, consultation, and education to staff throughout the continuum of senior living communities and home care agencies. I love speaking with professionals across disciplines about mental health and aging. Grief work is another passion of mine, and I facilitate groups for those experiencing grief and loss.