Amy Brant started her career in 1998 as a teacher for students with special needs. In 2003, she received her Masters of Science in Education — School Counseling, and became a school guidance counselor. After 14 years in public schools, her focus changed to a more family-integrated style of counseling. In 2016, Amy founded Fountains Family Counseling (FFC) to better serve the surrounding communities.
By taking a family systems approach, in addition to an understanding of mental, physical, and emotional health needs, FFC will give your family a unique, thoughtful approach to your own growth and change.
Kim Kurtz is currently a Marriage and Family Therapy student at Indiana Wesleyan University, and serves as an intern at FFC. She graduates in December 2021 and plans to seek licensure. She has been married for 25 years and has raised 2 beautiful daughters, one at Ball State, and one at Purdue. After 18 years of being a stay at home mom, she published her first book, Pouring In, Tipping the Scales in Favor of a Personal, Passionate, and Permanent Faith in Your Kids.
What our clients say…
“Amy is an amazing therapist, supportive and understanding, and gives great resources and advice. I would recommend her to anyone!” – S.H.
“Amy is a wonderful kind and understanding person with a passion and love for her work. She knows how to pinpoint and help with a variety of issues and is always there when needed. Her encouragement to participate and talk openly about the issues is second to none.” – K.R.