Ashley Steelman, MSW
Program Manager and Psychotherapist
Ashley is enthusiastic about helping people become the best versions of themselves. Her sincere and direct approach promotes personal insight as she encourages the development of skills that help individuals and families function at their best. With a diverse background in consulting and counseling, Ashley is comfortable identifying trends, synthesizing information, and helping clients connect with what is important to them. She is comfortable in a variety of treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. With spirituality as a tenant of her work, Ashley is passionate in her efforts to help clients overcome eating disorders, trauma, and other inflicting problems while helping her clients find peace with themselves, and establish healthy boundaries with their environment. She has experience working with military and civilian clients in the areas of PTSD, depression, anxiety, anger management/stress tolerance, eating disorders, and reintegration challenges post deployment. Additionally, she is interested in helping individuals achieve work life balance by helping them go through a personal strategic planning process. Ashley is comfortable working with individuals, families, and groups across the lifecycle of care. She holds two master degrees in I/O Psychology from East Carolina University and in Social
Work from University of Southern California, she also holds a B. A. in Psychology, and has received certification in Military Culture.