What is Holistic Therapy?
Holistic Therapies & Consulting doesn’t look at symptoms or problems as isolated issues – we look at all the challenges you face within the context of your life. We believe that life is not made up of compartmentalized challenges, but tends to be cyclical with every action and behavior leading to both positive and negative results. We want to help our clients identify what is going well and what needs further examination so the root of the issue can be found.
The therapists at Holistic Therapies & Consulting are invested in helping those we serve reach long-term, lasting results. We believe that the exploration of all aspects of one’s life is critical to this process.
Our therapists include:
Amy S. Lasseter, LPC: Amy offers additional support in the following areas: Postpartum Depression, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Fertility, Transition & Adjustment Issues, Women’s Issues, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, and Trauma.
Kendall P. Weinberg, LPC: Kendall offers additional support in the following areas: Grief & Loss, Groups, Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Continued support with Substance Abuse & Addiction, Transition & Adjustment Issues, Women’s Issues and Trauma.
Michelle E. Herron, BCBA: Michelle has found her passion in helping children and families cope with living and adapting to life with a disability.
Kate S. Woods, LPC: has a calm and friendly presence, and a knack for putting people at ease. She is thoughtful and compassionate and deeply committed to her life’s work of helping others through dark and difficult times.
Meg Abbot, Art Therapist: Through art therapy, Meg has helped clients with issues such as depression, bipolar, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, behavioral issues, autism, psychosis, self-esteem, and substance abuse.
Leanne Jamison: Leanne works with adolescents, adults, and families who struggled with physical abuse, trauma, substance abuse, early addiction recovery, and addiction relapse. She offer additional support in substance abuse, addiction and recovery, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, and relationship issues.