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Ashley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Master’s in Clinical Psychology. Her clinical experience includes facilitating DBT skills training programs, individual therapy, conducting diagnostic assessments, providing Aftercare psycho-education programming, mentoring practicum students, presenting CE trainings for professionals, and offering clinical case management services to clients. She has worked with a variety of individuals who experience severe and persistent mental illness, self-injurious urges and behaviors, LGBTQ, issues with self-esteem, eating disorders, and body image concerns. At MHS, Ashley facilitates an Adult One-Day DBT program. She integrates many approaches, but works mostly from a Cognitive-Behavioral perspective. Ashley’s favorite aspect about working in mental health field is helping clients to find hope, happiness, and peace in their lives.
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