Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education minor in Theatre, from The College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina 2006; Master of Fine Arts in Performance and Contemporary Theatre from the University of Hull, Scarborough, England 2008; Masters of Arts in Community Counseling from University of Texas in San Antonio, San Antonio, TX 2013.
License: Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor
Member: American Group Psychotherapy Association; member of American Counseling Association; member of Texas Counseling Association.
Ashley has worked as a clinician at the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center, where she counseled women who had dealt with domestic violence and sexual assault. She worked at the YWCA with clients from a wide spectrum of experiences and backgrounds and The San Marcos Treatment Center, which is a residential treatment center for children ages 7-18. Ashley is now happily working in private practice where she is grounded in Attachment Theory and is Neuroscience informed, specializing in adult children of narcissistic parents and complex trauma. She also works with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and people pleasing. When helpful, Ashley utilizes experiential interventions, such as art, guided meditation and sand tray.
*Ashley is also a TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Interventions) Practitioner and accepts Blue Cross, Blue Shield PPO and Medicare Advantage