Amy Wade

Amy Wade is a school counselor in Canandaigua, New York, where she began her career almost 25 years ago. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her elementary teaching certification from SUNY Geneseo. Immediately following, she went on to pursue a master’s and certificate of advanced study in counseling from SUNY Albany. In addition to her work as a school counselor, Amy teaches at the college level and has taught coursework in education, human services, and psychology. Amy has been a consulting teacher for Center for Responsive Schools for over 15 years and has trained teachers from a variety of settings including urban, suburban, rural, private, and parochial schools. Amy’s most treasured time is spent with her husband and two daughters traveling and going for walks, and with family and friends.