Ashlee Sheafer earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University in College Station, in 2020. She completed her Masters of Science in Counseling and Development with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health from Texas Woman’s University in 2022. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate supervised by Dr. Roger Copeland, PsyD, LPC-S. During her graduate program, she saw clients at two non-profit organizations both working with many different populations (I.e. families, couples, adoptees, adoptive parents, children, adolescents, and birth parents). She understands the importance in cultural competence, morals/values, familial dynamics, relationships as well as the meaning of life for all individuals. Her approach to therapy is from an Existential approach but also utilizes a Person-Centered style depending on what flows best in the therapeutic relationship. Ashlee specializes in working with those that struggle with grief, women’s issues, adjustments, relationships, family, and play therapy. She believes that internal and external factors create challenges in the journey of life and strives to guide her clients into a place where they are able to identify their strengths and navigate their peace self-sufficiently in a safe space that is free of judgment.