Amity Lizabeth Good
Clinical Assistant Professor
What I do
I am honored to be a part of the growth and development journey of future social workers as they find their voice as clinicians and change agents. I share my health and wellness clinical experiences to display the diverse ways that we promote social justice, service, and dignity and worth of a person within the community as this has been an important part of my clinical career. I strive to encourage students to find their unique sense of self and how they can incorporate this into their social work identity in order to promote authentic and connected practice.
Through Amity's clinical work, she developed specific interests in best clinical practices in pediatric healthcare and through the life span, disenfranchised and professional grief, trauma informed care, caregiver stress through the life span, palliative and end of life social work support, health disparities of marginalized groups, Vicarious Trauma, and sustainable resiliency of interdisciplinary providers.
Amity is an active member of the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) and she is also a board member of the Colorado Society for Clinical Social Workers (CSCSW). Amity teaches in both the foundation and concentration curriculum with focused work within the Health and Wellness concentration.
- MSW, University of Denver, 2001
- BA, Sociology, Indiana University, 1998
Licensure / Accreditations
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)