Ashley Whiteside

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Supervised by Joyce Miles Jacquote, LMFT-S

Asking for help can be difficult and you are showing strength and courage by taking a step toward your journey! I want to collaborate with you to find your power and reach your full potential. I believe that everyone deserves to have access to a safe, respectful, comfortable, and open therapeutic space. This is your space and I want you to feel secure showing your authenticity. Your voice is honored and equally valued.

I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help identify unhelpful thinking patterns and overwhelming emotions to improve your ability to manage life stressors and gain more control over your life. I also combine a Solution-focused approach to help you identify the strengths that are already within you to set goals and accomplish them.

I have gained a lot of experience working in the mental health and substance abuse field with various backgrounds struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, addictive issues, etc. I want to break the mental health stigma and help you see that it is okay to seek help.

I am excited to walk alongside you to help you see that change is possible and ensure you attain the change that you envision!

Attends: Abilene Christian University, Dallas, TX

Program: MMFT, Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy

ph: 469.708.2874

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