Ashley Harmon, MAS, LAMFT

Ashley Harmon

Ashley is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist working with individuals, couples, and families with children as young as several months old. She seeks to provide a collaborative, understanding, non-judgmental, and validating space where people can feel safe to address their goals. Ashley is a firm believer that you are the expert on your own life, and that you already possess the strengths and abilities to achieve your goals. Her goal in the therapy process is to help you in your journey by providing supportive, gentle guidance and helping you recognize the strengths that you already possess.

Ashley uses a systemic approach to treating individuals, couples, and families – including blended families, LGBTQIA+ individuals and families, adoptive families, foster families, as well as individuals and families that have experienced trauma. Ashley has specific experience in working with families with young children under the age of 5 that are experiencing struggles with anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, depression, trauma, and parent-child conflicts.

As a therapist, Ashley believes that every individual, couple, and family is different, and tailors her approach to each person. Ashley has formal training in Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Ashley uses an attachment-based and trauma-informed focus in her therapy process with all of her clients. She uses an integrative approach that includes components of CPP, TFCBT, EFT, Experiential Therapy, and Narrative therapy in order to best suit each client.

Ashley received her Master of Advanced Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy at Arizona State University and is currently a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapy (LAMFT) in the state of Arizona. She receives direct clinical supervision from an independently licensed, board certified supervisor.