Ashley Ullyot MA, LMFT
I enjoy working with clients who are looking to enhance the connections within themselves, their relationships, and their families. I believe growth happens when people have a safe place that encourages them to communicate what is often hard to express in times of distress, conflict, and traumatic life experiences. As a trauma-informed therapist, I work with individuals/couples/families and children, utilizing various relationally focused approaches, including play, to identify and support the challenges they are facing. Together in therapy, I strive to uncover healing methods that continually strengthen each chapter of your life.
My experience expands from helping families and children with special needs to relationship conflict, including domestic violence, sexual assault survivors, and divorce. I provide individuals and couples with the support and skills needed to help navigate difficult experiences or struggles with anxiety, depression, and life transitions.
My goal is for you to experience a deeper connection within your relationships or family by empowering each individual's story. In witnessing the transformation of healing in children, teens, families, and couples, I look forward to accompanying anyone on the journey of discovering who they are and want to be—offering a path for you never to walk alone.
I work with children, teens, and their families who have been impacted by major life events. I facilitate playful activities that foster new interactions between the child and the important people in their lives. I work with children and parents individually to provide them with support and skills that they can use to navigate difficult situations.
It is possible for you to experience a deeper connection with your child and feel empowered in your role as a parent. If you are interested in making this happen, I would love to work alongside you and your child. Feel free to reach out to me via email or phone so that we can get started in the therapy process.
Experience & Specialties | Trauma. Children 3+, adolescents, couples. Sexual issues. Family systems struggle. LGBTQ population.