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Welcome to 

Psychotherapy and counseling support for

early childhood and perinatal mental health

Play Therapy

Help is Here.


Individual Psychotherapy
Reproductive Counseling & Perinatal Mental Health

 AW Wellness is completely dedicated to working with women, and parents throughout the perinatal period from preconception through the first year post delivery and on through the first years of parenthood.

No two journeys to or through parenthood are the same and no one should ever feel that they have to navigate it on their own.


 As a Registered Play Therapist, Ashley utilizes play therapy (a form of child therapy) to help children  prevent or resolve a variety of psychosocial difficulties using a child's natural form of expression - play!

Play therapy is an evidenced based, theoretical modality that helps children process experiences and learn healthy ways to manage a variety of life stressors.

 Ashley uses play therapeutically to work with children and adolescents up to age 12 to address a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns. 

The nature of working with children strongly involves partnering with parents and also places focus on improving the dyadic relationship between parent and child. Ashley helps parents feel more confident and competent in their parenting abilities so families can get back to enjoying life again. 

Learn more about play therapy here.

"Parenting Through the Unexpected"

Perinatal Mental Health Peer Support Group for

Special Needs &
Medically Fragile

Join us the 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 12:30 (CST)

Postpartum Support International


This group provides a safe and supportive space for sharing feelings and challenges commonly experienced from navigating the unexpected outcome of having a newborn with medical complications or special needs.


Logistics of care, juggling medical and therapy appointments and unique support needs can create an isolating and overwhelming experience. This group is for parents struggling with symptoms of depression and anxiety during the postpartum period. 

 Come share, connect and learn
you are not alone!

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