Amy Harding, M.A.

Senior Writer
Amy Harding, M.A., is a senior writer at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP). She has more than 15 years of experience creating education and training products for diverse professional audiences at all levels of systems of care, from direct care staff to C-suite leadership. Ms. Harding has spent her career mastering the development of online and print publications, resource guides, manuals, books, and other educational materials that are user-friendly, action-oriented, and inclusive of those providing, designing, and receiving services. She works on multiple state and federally funded and private contracts at AHP and has expertise in MassHealth’s DSRIP program and other areas of healthcare redesign and serves on many TA projects in that area. She served as deputy project director on the federal Recovery to Practice project, where she managed the development, writing, and editing of educational materials for psychiatrists and other behavioral health professionals, specifically in recovery-oriented principles and practices and person-centered approaches to psychiatric care and psychopharmacology. 

Ms. Harding has worked on multiple projects to create and distribute tools to help employers be more welcoming and supportive of people in recovery from substance use disorders. She has extensive experience in plain language writing about behavioral health systems change, integrated care, Medicaid reform, physical and behavioral health disorders, social determinants of health, population health, substance use and treatment, research, and medications, as well as in communicating complex clinical and administrative information for audiences ranging from prescribers to consumers. She has planned and implemented marketing outreach and dissemination plans for educational products, online tools, and other publications. Ms. Harding received an M.A. in journalism from Northeastern University.


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