Amelia Foxwell is a renowned psychology professional who specializes in several areas where the survivors are a victim of violence, torture or trauma. She works with an assorted group of professionals in order to build empowered communities of the survivors and to assist them in renormalizing into the society. Amelia focuses on diverse areas of therapy including work therapy, mindfulness, positive psychology and community structuring. She is always interested in finding opportunities to help people find a safe and secure place in the society, where they can thrive in.
Since 1996, Amelia Foxwell has been serving at a number of well-established firms. She has served as a Community Liaison at Deaf Referral Services and as a Project Manager at Epicurean Life. Later, she started working as an Advisor at Novus Investigations and then became the Director at Veterans Landing Zone. She has also been an ABA Therapist at V.B., where she acquired a considerable experience of 15 years in training and working with children having autism. Now, she is an Instructor at Z7 Tactical (Jan 2011-Present).
Amelia Foxwell is the director of McArdle Center, which is a famous and distinguished center for early autism intervention. At the center, they strive to provide effective services to the children between the age group of 2 and 8 years, who are diagnosed with the autism spectrum disorder. During her childhood, Amelia used to accompany her parents while volunteering for the Deaf Community Centers and invested a lot of time in such voluntary work. In 2016, she received “Volunteer of the Year” award by Chesapeake Charities at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville.