Ashley J. Winslow (she/her) is a licensed marriage and family therapist practicing independently in the state of Colorado. She has a BS in Psychology from the University of Maryland University College (2007) and a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University (2012). She provides therapeutic services to couples, individuals, and families who are interested in improving their social and emotional well-being. The population served is inclusive, diverse, and she does not discriminate. She wants people from all backgrounds to feel comfortable in seeking her services. She provides individualized therapeutic services based on systemic, client-centered, trauma–informed, emotionally focused therapy (EFT), Gottman Method, attachment therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), and motivational interviewing.
Ashley can assist you in managing relational difficulties and mental health challenges. She believes that everyone has the ability to make new decisions to improve their life in a way that is healthy and increases their happiness. Ashley can help you improve your relationships and satisfaction in life by learning to cope with emotional stress/pain or anxiety, feelings of loneliness, communication problems, isolation, depression, moodiness, sexual disturbances, unexplained fatigue, family conflict or tension, divorce, separation, fear, anger, guilt, or grief.
The therapeutic approach used is based on your individual needs according to your personal and family history, relationships, attempted solutions, personality, and the current issue you are having difficulty with. The theory she uses guides her questions/interventions as you engage in a collaborative process to learn more about what is driving your behavior, mood/feelings, and thoughts to gain the insight needed to make effective and lasting change. Ashley is on this journey of personal growth with you and will guide and support you along the way. She is compassionate, understanding, and nonjudgmental which creates a relaxed and accepting environment to explore deep, personal issues that are difficult to face.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)
ART uses eye movements and image replacement to directly reprogram the way distressing memories and images are stored in the brain so that they no longer trigger strong physical and emotional reactions. It is effective with traumatic memories, PTSD, phobias, OCD, sexual assault/childhood sexual abuse, and other disorders. You can find more information at https://acceleratedresolutiontherapy.com/.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
EFT explores the negative cycle of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are contributing to your conflict with your loved one. Each of you will take responsibility for your part in this cycle and begin to speak to each other in a more honest and vulnerable way. This process will help you learn new ways of responding that produces a more desired result that strengthens the relationship and increase closeness and safety. We will explore the underlying attachment needs (closeness, acceptance, understanding, connection, etc.) and examine any barriers in the relationship or from your past experiences with others (i.e. primary caregivers in childhood or early partners) that prevent you from reaching for what you need from your partner. You can learn more about this approach from https://iceeft.com/
Payment is accepted from several insurance companies including Aetna, Kaiser/Beacon Health Options, United Health Care/OPTUM, Anthem BCBS, and is accepted from several EAP panels including Beacon Health Options, Lyra Health, and Centura Health. You can also go through Sondermind. If requested, Ashley offers a free 15-minute consultation to evaluate compatibility and to answer any questions about the therapeutic process. If using insurance, your insurance company will determine the fee and your co-pay. You must call , text, or email to cancel an appointment at least 24 hours before the time of the appointment or you may be charged.
You may meet with Ashley using a HIPPA compliant video platform from the comfort of your own home. Most insurance companies with cover telehealth to meet your mental health services.
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