Amy Tseng, LMFTA

A Note from Dr. Laura Wallace:

Welcome to Twin Lakes Counseling!
I'm so glad you are here.

I have been practicing marriage and family therapy for almost a decade and am truly passionate about the work I do. I have gathered a team of the best therapists around, and if you'll let us, we would love to explore how to use our expertise and your experience to make lasting and powerful change.

I look forward to hearing from you and seeing where our work together takes us!

Mu-Tien (Amy) Tseng, LMFTA

Pronouns: She/Her

Amy was born and raised on the beautiful island of Taiwan. The richness of her culture inspired her to listen, appreciate, and reach out to different voices. Amy views every therapy session like an adventure on which she embarks with each of her clients. She is passionate about creating and holding a safe space for her clients as they walk through life's dark and painful seasons, exploring and accessing the significant resources of love, creativity, and healing that are within them. Amy values her therapeutic relationships and believes that change and growth take root most deeply within a compassionate, safe, and nonjudgmental environment.

Amy's professional interests include working with couples, children, and individuals experiencing relationship concerns, life transitions, anxiety and depression, conflict with family of origin, and trauma to include survivors of sexual assault, child abuse, intimate partner violence, and suicide loss survivors. Her theoretical orientation encompasses a combination of a Humanistic-Existential approach, family systems, and Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT). Amy also finds use in incorporating play therapy techniques, trauma-informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and creative interventions with children client.

For those clients who have a strong connection to their spirituality and faith, Amy understands and honors both the great support this provides us in times of hardship as well as the challenges that can come within faith systems as we try to make sense of our experiences. She utilizes both her personal and professional experience with Christianity to help her clients live out the identities that align with their spirituality and navigate what it means for them. 

As a bilingual Mandarin-speaking therapist, Amy is passionate about raising mental health awareness among minority communites. Her approach to therapy advocates a wellness model that emphasizes strengths, collaboration, multicultural awareness, and empowerment. To further this awareness, she also maintains a blog with which she writes about mental health, culture, and travel.

Amy's passion for helping her clients break down barriers is not only seen within her work, but also her continued education in order to become the best therapist she can be. While she holds a Bachelor of Education in Educational Psychology and Counseling, a Bachelor of Arts in English, and a Master of Education in Marriage and Family Counseling, Amy continues her education. She has received advanced training in Emotion Focused Therapy and will soon begin the counselor education program with Regent University

Amy is a masters-level clinician and marriage and family therapist associate. She is supervised by Rebekah Woods, LMFT (NPI number 1023457983). 


  • NPI#  1598307084
  • Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling, University of Florida
  • Bachelor of Education in Educational Psychology and Counseling National Taiwan Normal University
  • Bachelor of Arts in English, National Taiwan Normal University

Insurances Accepted

  • Premera
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • First Choice
  • LifeWise
  • Self-Pay / Out-of-Network

Amy helps clients facing many challenges.

  • Individual Counseling
  • Pre-marital Counseling
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Telehealth Sessions

Adelina Thomas is a masters-level Marriage and Family Therapy Associate. She is supervised by Rebekah Woods, PhD, LMFT. Her hourly rate is $130/session.

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