Ashleigh Fall, LAC / Psychotherapist
Ashleigh is a Licensed Associate Counselor who received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University, and Bachelors in Human Communication from Arizona State University. Desiring to work with young children and families, she also earned her Infant/Family Clinical Practice Certification through the Harris Institute at Southwest Human Development.
Ashleigh spent four years honing her skills working with children and families at Devereux Arizona’s outpatient community mental health facility, where she helped develop and grow their Birth to Five Program. She was actively involved in the Arizona Judicial Court’s Cradle to Crayons/Best for Babies movement to improve efficiency in the child welfare system, and took part in Mercy Maricopa’s Learning Consortium to streamline how behavioral health services are provided to young children.
Ashleigh has experience providing individual, family, and group therapy. Her passion and specialty is working with ages birth to five utilizing a variety of techniques including Child-Centered Play Therapy, Filial Therapy, Bibliotherapy, and Sand Tray techniques. She has also worked with older children and teens using a strengths-based approach to address issues such as trauma, sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, neglect, self-esteem issues, grief, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.
For questions or a phone consultation, please contact Ashleigh at the main office number. She is available for appointments on Friday and Saturday.