About Us

We see the person behind the diagnosis.

For more than two decades, Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program has been helping patients and their families build the confidence and skills they need to better navigate life’s challenges. We reveal what’s possible for those who have experienced a history of depression, anxiety or other mood disorders. We know how to turn lives around.

We have over 25 convenient locations across the United States—with various levels of care such as residential, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization treatments—that are supported by compassionate and dedicated staff.

At Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program, we look at the person, not the diagnosis. We believe that every patient has something that serves as a starting point—we aim to find it so that individuals can lead a more productive, enjoyable and satisfying life.

Systems that Work

Patients can lean on our personalized approach to care: Discovery ESTEEM SystemTM for adolescents and  in-depth program geared toward adults. Each one helps individuals develop the abilities and self-confidence they need to create the life they want.

Meet Our Leadership Team

Amy C. Brown, MA

Amy C. Brown, MA


Amy began her career with Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program’s sister company, Center for Discovery, in 2000 as a counseling staff member. She has held many positions in the organization including serving as a program director for six years. In 2012, she was named national director of operations for Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program. In 2018, Amy was promoted to president at the organization. Before coming to Discovery, she served as director of operations for Eating Disorder Center of Denver. Amy has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

George Livengood, MS, LMFT

George Livengood, MS, LMFT


George is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and mental health industry across the greater Los Angeles area. Skilled in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), crisis intervention, individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy, he has had the privilege of working with adults and adolescents in some of the premier treatment centers in the area. George has extensive experience working with those experiencing depression, anxiety, substance use and eating disorders. Additionally, he is a proven leader, administrator and clinical supervisor who works well in a multidisciplinary team.

Traci Parramore-Chambers, LMFT

Traci Parramore-Chambers, LMFT

Director, Outpatient Services

Traci is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the director of outpatient services for Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program (DMA). She was previously the program director at DMA’s sister company, Center for Discovery, in the residential eating disorder treatment center for adolescents and program director of the DMA program for adolescent mental health. Traci completed her undergraduate degree in theater from USIU and her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Bethel Seminary University in San Diego, California. She has an extensive history in the behavioral health field, including positions as clinical lead and case manager, and developing, implementing and training on new programs. Traci had served as chairperson representing her program, San Pasqual, for the agency’s cultural competency team. She has experience providing pre-marriage/marriage counseling, facilitating groups for women, working in a college setting, and helping individuals with serious mental health illnesses and relationship challenges. Traci has a passion for seeing people live a fulfilled and victorious life. She enjoys the integration of creative expression in her work.

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