Ashley Eisenlohr, LMHC

<b>Ashley Eisenlohr, LMHC</b><br><em>Psychotherapist</em>

Ashley Eisenlohr, LMHC



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​Therapeutic Focus & Application

We each have our own unique personal histories, cultural contexts, spiritual practices, and bodily experiences that influence how we interact with the world around us. Over time, we can get stuck in patterns that once helped us to deal with difficult situations but that are no longer serving us well. My goal in our work together is to provide a warm, safe, and respectful place that honors the experiences that you have had and the ways of coping that have aided you through painful times. My desire is for you to feel free to explore your story so that together we can better understand the patterns that have emerged in your life. Once we become aware of our old patterns, they hold less power over us, and we can start to make new patterns that are in line with our hopes for the future.

I am a trauma-informed holistic therapist. I take a Relational approach that recognizes that you are the expert on your own experiences and that our relationship is a partnership. I primarily draw from Attachment Theory and neurobiology, as I believe that our bodies, brains, and relationships interact to create our experiences. My work is also informed by the Health at Every Size (HAES) model. My passion is to help my clients to become more attuned and compassionate toward their bodies.


I love to travel and spend time doing photography with my husband and son. When I am at home, I enjoy curling up with a book and playing with my dogs.

Ashley's Focus

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self-Esteem
  • Life-Transitions
  • Women’s Issues
  • Body Image