Amy Trabert, DSW, LMSW

Located in Orchard Park

Dr. Trabert received her Doctorate of Social Work (DSW) from the University at Buffalo. Prior to this, Dr. Trabert received her Master of Social Work (MSW) at Daemen University and obtained her license shortly thereafter. 

Dr. Trabert started her career in foster care services as a Data Analysis and Recruitment Specialist for GA Family Services. She provided supervised home visits for birth parents and children involved in Family Court. She transferred over to Haven House at Child and Family Services to the position of Erie County High Risk Team Coordinator, where she worked closely with survivors of both human trafficking and domestic violence. Throughout her time with the agency, she led a multidisciplinary team consisting of probation, parole, law enforcement, Child Protective Services, domestic violence agencies, and members of the Erie County District Attorney’s Office to help prevent domestic violence homicide. Additionally, she coordinated data analysis on local homicide trends for the High Risk Team. Dr. Trabert is the co-creator and past program director of the Liberating and Empowering All Defendants (LEAD) program at Assigned Counsel. LEAD focused on reducing mass incarceration and preventing recidivism in the criminal justice system. Dr. Trabert specializes in treating adolescents and adults with diagnoses of Eating Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Adjustment Disorder. She provides therapy for domestic violence, teen violence, and human trafficking survivors. Dr. Trabert also specializes in sports performance and sports psychology for athletes. Dr. Trabert provides community training for businesses, schools, universities, and nonprofits.

In her spare time, Dr. Trabert leads a running club and loves traveling with her husband.