My deepest privilege is to come alongside you, listen as you share your story, and begin to help understand what happened to you. Past experiences shape some of how you view and process everything. I can help you explore those experiences, how they have affected you in the past and now in your current relationships, behaviour or thought patterns, and even how you perceive yourself, your kids, or your partner. Exploring some of these things together may open the door to curiosity, self-compassion, and also bring meaning and healing to your life. You will begin to notice you feel more "you".
I work from a trauma-informed perspective, integrating a person-centered approach, AEDP, Somatic and Attachment perspectives and CBT when working with individuals and couples. You will always feel safe, valued, accepted, and never judged. I integrate a culturally sensitive approach to your sessions. Please see my website for more information!
You've been through more hardship than you ever should have. But, there is hope! Beginning to explore and alter unwanted patterns, to understand, and love your true self: I am passionate about these things for you. When you feel safe, you can do your most vulnerable, wholehearted and courageous work. You can begin to experience self-compassion.
“Thank you for considering whether we might connect well. My website offers an in-depth overview of myself, my clientele and booking options.”
- Session Fee: $140 per session
- Couples Session Fee: $150 per session
- Sliding Scale: Yes
Pay By: ACH Bank transfer, American Express, Cash, Mastercard, Visa
Accepted Insurance Plans
Covered by most benefits providers. I provide you with an electronic receipt for services upon payment.
Email me or call (226) 909-2936 with questions.
- Licence: British Columbia / 19845
- School: Yorkville University (MA)
Gottman Couples Method Levels 1 & 2; AEDP Immersion; Healing Trauma; Trauma Informed Practice Institute Levels 1 & 2
- Degree: Trinity Western University / BA (Psychology)
- Year graduated: 2002
- Licence No. and Province: 10010707 Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
"Ashleigh has a very straight forward and yet caring and inquisitive way of working with people. Working from a trauma perspective, she works with you to help you reach your goals, understanding what you want out of relationship with yourself and others."
"Ashleigh is sincere, caring, and insightful. She creates trust and builds strong connections with her clients effortlessly as she is honest and non-judgmental. Ashleigh is attuned and attentive to her clients, making sure they feel heard and validated."
- Domestic Violence
- Marital and Premarital
- Relationship Issues
- Trauma and PTSD
- Women's Issues
- Mood Disorders
Types of Therapy
- Christian Counselling
- Cognitive Behavioural (CBT)
- Culturally Sensitive
- Family / Marital
- Gottman Method
- Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)
- Trauma Focused