Ashley Wormley MS, LPCC
Children, Teens, Adults, Families
Trauma, Caretaking, Substance Abuse, Behavioral issues
Ashley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Ohio who enjoys working with children, families, teens, and adults. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques, Narrative Therapy Techniques, Solution Focused Techniques and Mindfulness Techniques. She uses her skills in to help clients develop and learn coping skills through their natural language. Ashley also considers herself as multicultural counselor taking pride in her love and acceptance of differences. Through past work experience as a school therapist, MRDD caretaker, substance abuse and mental health therapist and ER counselor/therapist has given her an abundant amount of trauma experience. Through her love of people, she is able to provide unconditional positive regard, genuineness, and shows empathy to all she encounters.
A Dayton Ohio native, Ashley earned her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Wright State University and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in criminal justice at Northern Kentucky University. Ashley has been working with children and teens in many different settings as a school therapist, counselor in community mental health, and various community service realms for the last five years. Ashley has provided many different services to children, teens, adults and families throughout her work history, including assessing, creating treatment plans, advocacy, providing crisis help, and group therapy.
Besides a love for children and helping people, Ashley enjoys reading, playing with her daughter, hiking with her dog, and spending time with her loved ones.