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Amanda DiLorenzo-Garcia, PhD

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Dr. Amanda DiLorenzo-Garcia is a Clinical Faculty member at Prescott College. She completed her doctorate at the University of Central Florida and her Master of Education and Education Specialist degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Florida. Dr. DiLorenzo-Garcia’s research interests include ambiguous loss and readjustment, grief and trauma, and self-compassion. Dr. DiLorenzo-Garcia studies the loss and growth experienced by primary survivors and family members of mass shootings. Internationally, she has worked in Haiti since 2011 with P4H Global, a sustainable development nonprofit, and completed counseling related work in Dominica. Dr. DiLorenzo-Garcia is passionate about connecting clinical work with her teaching and research. She continues to dedicate herself to the Alachua County Crisis Center’s as a Clinical Supervisor and brings this work into the classroom at Prescott College.