Amanda Omstead has had many different jobs in different fields. She first received her degree in Criminal Justice back in 1987 and worked as a supervisor in a juvenile residential and detention center. After working with the youth in the center, Amanda decided she could better serve the youth within the educational field. This spurred her to return to college where she earned her master’s degree in special education, with a licensure to work with students with serious emotional disorders. Amanda was specially trained to work with students who received services for Autism, and any other students who were having behavioral issues within the corporation. Last year, Amanda decided to retire from teaching full-time, but hoped to continue working with individuals that needed support in the behavioral health field. She is excited to begin this new chapter in her career. Amanda will focus on serving individuals within Blackford, Randolph, Wayne, Delaware, Madison, Grant, and Henry counties, but she is open to considering cases in other counties. Please contact Amanda at her email: