Our health and wellness is my top priority. Due to the recommended precautions for COVID-19 containment, I will be conducting therapy sessions via Telehealth platforms (such as Zoom, FaceTime & Google Meet). My office staff will be answering phones and offering normal support. We can help you get set up for your telehealth session. We will continue to monitor developments and assess additional actions as the situation may require. If you have any concerns or questions, please let us know. 435-238-4884.
All my best, Amy

Amy Cluff | St. George Counselor

Amy Cluff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been serving Southern Utah in social work capacities since 1999. Amy received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah in 2004. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, and the Association for Play Therapy. She is an affiliate therapist for LifeSTAR of St. George, a program for pornography and sexual addiction recovery.

Amy specializes in therapy for women, children, and families. She is licensed to provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for most mental health disorders. Her training is in treating trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, attachment and relationship therapy, attention and impulse control, blended family, co-parenting, and divorce issues. She also specializes in working with partners and family members of addicts and those who have experienced relational trauma. Amy is committed to providing excellent treatment for her clients and staying educated in her field. She is available in her community for presentations, workshops, and service opportunities.

Amy has a private therapy practice in St. George, Utah. She and her husband are raising two wonderful children, and her family is her greatest joy. She enjoys the outdoors, reading, yoga, and exercise.


Master of Social Work, University of Utah, 2004. Amy had two internships while in the MSW program. Her first was at the Division of Child and Family Services, where she provided support for high-risk families and children in foster care. Her second internship was at Southwest Center Adult Services, where she provided individual and group therapy.


Bachelor of Psychology, Southern Utah University, 2000. Amy minored in Sociology. She was a member of Psi Chi Honor Society and the Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society. She received the 1999-2000 Outstanding Psychology Student award at SUU. Associate of Science, Dixie State College, 1997.

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