Meet Our Founder
Amy Barth, Founder & Board Chair
Amy is a LPC working in a group practice with a Masters degree in Community Counseling from Argosy University in Atlanta, GA. She has 31 years of experience working with children, teens and women in crisis. She founded Teen Helping Teens, a peer counseling hotline in New York; started a play therapy program in a shelter for homeless mothers and children; and was Director of the Suicide Prevention Program at a New York City high school.
As a survivor/thriver, and the mother of four daughters, Amy is committed to keeping girls safe, preventing CSA, and providing a safe place for girls who have been traumatized to heal. It is her vision to take Safe Girls Strong Girls to every major city in America. She would also like to expand the program to offer a separate camp for boys who are CSA survivors, college age women, and adult women in the future.