Amanda Cudney has been helping patients achieve health as a certified nurse practitioner since 2015. After being a special education teacher for five years, Amanda returned to school and earned her second bachelor's degree in 2010, then pursed her master's degree. She first worked as a nurse in the operating room at a level one trauma hospital; then practiced medicine in alternative pain management, family medicine, and psychiatry. She is passionate about fostering relationships with her patients that promote healing and wholeness. She recognizes that struggling with mental health afflictions can be more debilitating than physical ailments, which drives her to find solutions for every patient's struggle. Amanda has chosen to be a part of the team at Cerebral because Cerebral gives her the opportunity to help those who might not feel comfortable with a traditional in-office treatment and desire an affordable solution. When she is not caring for others, she spends time with her husband and three boys coaching sports, teaching life skills, and navigating life's journey.
Mental health...is not a destination, but a process. It's about how you drive, not where you're going. - Noam Shpancer, PHD