At Feinberg Consulting, it’s important to us that you have the opportunity to learn more about the faces behind our company. This August, we’d like you to meet our employee spotlight: Clinical Manager and Family & Recovery Coach, Amy D’Archangelo.
How long have you been with Feinberg Consulting and what do you enjoy most about working here?
I’ve worked for Feinberg over a year. I enjoy the people I work with and the company culture that’s been created.
What inspired you to start in this career field and what do you enjoy most about it?
I changed career paths after finding my own recovery and wanted something that fit my desire to be of service to others in a meaningful way. I enjoy watching people have the moments of clarity or when something clicks as they figure out why they are operating the way they are and make changes.
Where did you attend school and what did you study? What certifications (if applicable) have you acquired?
I first obtained a Business Marketing degree from the University of Rio Grande and then continued at Lynn University with a bachelors in Psychology. I am a Certified Addiction Counselor.
If in recovery, what would you like to share with others (any advice/input)?
I’m in recovery. I once thought my life and situation were hopeless, there’s always hope no matter how awful you feel.
What are some important lessons that you have learned over the years?
I’ve learned to show up, give it my all, and to try not to own any of the outcomes.
What are 5 words that best describe yourself?
Genuine, strong, emotional, kind, and determined.
Do you have any pets? If so, how many/what are their names?
Yes, I have a golden doodle named Blaze. He’s the best dog.
When you are not working, how do you enjoy spending your time?
I love spending time with my husband and our two kids. I coach youth softball and love to travel.
What do you do for your own self-care?
I meditate, read, practice breathwork techniques, and I spend time with like minded people who are on their own journey of self improvement and growth.
What is your favorite book or one that has had a significant influence on your life?
Illuminata by Marianne Williamson is a book I’ve often turned to over the last decade.
What are you most looking forward to in the future?
I’m currently coming up with a list of new goals for myself, I’m excited to see where that leads.