Ashley Marie Young, LLC
*Accepting New Clients*
When we work together, your life may improve in the following ways: Your relationship to your anxiety and stress will change. You’ll learn to be kinder to yourself. You’ll explore new hobbies and interests. You’ll find pockets of joy in your life where you haven’t before. You’ll say what you mean, and stand up for what you believe in (and for yourself!) You’ll help others in a meaningful way without sacrificing your self worth. You’ll step through uncomfortable breakups or makeups with your boss, employees, boyfriend, girlfriend, or frenemy in a graceful and assertive manner.
You might even doubt whether you “need therapy” because things “aren’t so bad after all.” Short-term therapy or solution-focused therapy allows us to dive into what’s most challenging right now so you can get back to living life on your terms. We will dive into identifying your goals and obstacles towards your goals using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Changing the way we think and relate to others can change our entire life’s course! If you’re on the fence, I offer a 15-minute phone consultation free of charge to see if we are a good fit before investing your time and money. I currently have availability for entrepreneurs, lawyers, performers, educators, and everyone in between!
Lauren Buroker, LMFT
Lauren Buroker is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) who holds Masters and Specialist in Education degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her experience includes time at UF Health Shands in Gainesville, Girls Place, Charlotte Behavioral Health Care, and The Mynd Clinic in Tampa. In her roles, she has received training working with couples, families, and individuals, and learned various modalities that help her to best serve the clients that she works with on a daily basis.
She practices family therapy, solution focused therapy, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy. She has used these approaches to treat various mental health issues including (but not limited to): anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, relational issues, and adjustment disorders. She incorporates a strengths and systems-based approach to deliver evidence-based interventions to treat her clients. She does her best to learn from clients as much as she hopes they learn from her and assumes that the client is the expert on their own lives.