Featured Certificant: Amanda Beeman

Amanda Beeman

CAS & Clinical Director

My CAS credential helps clients quickly identify me as a professional proficient in ASD treatment in my field. The credential lets clients know that I have completed extra training to understand and treat ASD as a mental health clinician. My CAS credentials has helped me bring in many new clients from rural surrounding communities and for that I am thankful.

Why did you choose your profession?
The clinical aspect of counseling is fascinating. Helping others using evidence-based practices in rural communities has proven to be much needed and very rewarding. Identifying and empathizing with adolescents has been very easy for me and doing it as a mental health clinician is the absolute best!
What’s your favorite part about what you do?
I enjoy providing services and educating families and individuals about Autism. Introducing therapies in critical stages has been my favorite part of my job because I know it will make a huge difference in a client’s quality of life.
How has your IBCCES training/credential helped you in your career?
My IBCCES has helped me earn the trust of prospective clients because they understand that I have worked above and beyond to earn and maintain my CAS certification. Families can tell that I am confident in treating and working with their loved ones through my knowledge of autism.
How do you use/implement what you learned in the IBCCES certification training?
I pay close attention to the collective of ASD professional tools and research mentioned in the training/certification process and dive into them independently on my own time.

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