Ashley Graber is a nationally recognized Psychotherapist (#93479), Public Speaker, Mindfulness Expert, and Nationally Syndicated Columnist. She has her Private Psychotherapy and Meditation & Mindfulness Practice at Yale Street Therapy and created the Mindfulness for Families Program at The Center for Mindful Living. Ashley co-owns Evenflow mindfulness company & meditation app. Her treatments include integrating the mind, body and spirit in an atmosphere where you can feel seen, heard and safe enough to express what's going on for you.
Ashley facilitates groups for adolescents and adults in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Connecting Adolescents to Learning Mindfulness (CALM). She also facilitates an MBSR group and a Women's Mindfulness Psychotherapy Process Group. For more information or to become a member, please contact Ashley at the bottom of the page.
In her individual psychotherapy and meditation and mindfulness work with kids, teens and adults, Ashley combines traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy with cognitive behavioral techniques, EDMR and mindfulness practices. Her areas of experience include: anxiety and depression, addiction and relapse prevention, trauma related issues, codependency, grief and loss, self esteem issues, stress reduction techniques, relational and interpersonal struggles and personal growth and life evolutions. She will meet you where you are emotionally to address your specific needs.
Ashley also enjoys working with those recovering from addiction and those who grew up with addiction in their family. She presently runs an MBSR group at Applied Treatment facility and is trained in EMDR and Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM).
Ashley is an owner of Evenflow: a next generation mindfulness company & meditation app. The psychology behind the curriculum helps you dig deeper into your own behaviors, allowing you to make more conscious choices, bring mindfulness to stressful areas of your life and integrate real change.
Now available on the app store.
App Download: appsto.re/us/m_uDgb
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Contact Ashley by phone or email to discuss working together to find what’s right for you.