About Dr. Amie Nicole Harwick
Amie Nicole Harwick was born on May 20, 1981. She grew up in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, and graduated with North Penn High School’s Class of 1999. In 2001, Amie moved to Los Angeles and completed her undergraduate degree at California Polytechnic State University. She received her Master of Arts in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University and her Doctorate of Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Amie focused much of her work on various physical and psychological disorders, including traumas related to sexual exploitation and issues involving sexual identity and bipolar disorder.
Her research ultimately served as part of the foundation for her book, The New Sex Bible for Women, which was published in 2014. Excerpts from her book appeared in the pages of many popular magazines across the globe, including Playboy and Elite Daily.
In addition to her office practice and work as an author, Amie had a myriad of other creative interests and talents. She was a model for Stop Staring Clothing and Coffin Case. She created podcasts, wrote magazine articles, and was frequently invited as an expert on a number of popular TV shows.
When she wasn’t working on her own projects and career, Amie was obsessed with helping other women with their ambitions. She started and ran an online networking group called “Foxy Feminists” that helped women in Los Angeles connect each other for job opportunities, inspiration, and support. Amie championed women at every opportunity and was a positive force for change and improvement in the lives of everyone who knew her.
Amie also had a profound love for horror movies and collected unique taxidermy pieces. She was quirky, fun, and as individual as her fondness for the eclectic and strange. Not only did she have a talent for expressing her distinct beauty in front of the camera, but she had a skill for capturing it in others as well, and was quickly becoming an inspiring photographer.
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