Travectia Therapy & Consulting, LLC

Through her business, Travectia Therapy & Consulting, LLC, Ashley offers comprehensive and creative consulting and coaching services.  Combining the strategic thinking expected of business and management consultants, with the relational expertise of a systemically trained therapist, Travectia Therapy & Consulting, LLC brings a unique, solution-focused perspective to your personal and organizational challenges.

Services

COACHING

Ready to tackle challenges, and overcome the roadblocks to personal and professional growth and development?  Whether you’re looking to make a career change, or just want to start feeling more effective in your daily life, coaching is a great choice to take yourself to the next level.

*Coaching and therapy are not the same.  They have different goals, objectives, and processes.  If you’re looking for mental health therapy, check out Ashley’s therapy offerings and specialties.

PRIVATE PRACTICE BUILDING FOR THERAPISTS

Looking to build a thriving private practice?  Have a practice, but ready to grow and expand?

Ashley combines her business expertise with a rich understanding of the mental health world to help other therapists meet their goals.  She built her own successful private practice, going from zero clients to a full case load in a matter of months.  Work one-on-one with Ashley to develop a plan of action to move your practice in the direction you want to go.

  • Developing practice plan
  • Comprehensive business review
  • Strategic planning for growth
  • Website development
  • Marketing
  • One-on-one coaching

ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTING & TRAINING

Travectia Therapy & Consulting, LLC offers the best of multiple and highly complementary fields. Ashley has an extensive background in business and management, which combined with her relational expertise as a therapist, makes her an exceptionally driven and effective consultant.  She is able to tackle complicated and multifaceted organizational and relational challenges, while never losing focus of your company’s bottom line.

  • Creative and interactive trainings and workshops about mental health issues.
  • Informational seminars addressing specific mental health needs or interventions.
  • Consultation services to establish workplace wellness or mental health services, and related options for employees, managers, and executives.

Customized Packages: If your organization or company is facing a specific need or challenge related to mental health for clients or employees, Travectia Therapy & Consulting, LLC will design and deliver exceptional training and resource options.

EDUCATION

  • Doctorate (in process)
  • Master of Arts, Marriage & Family Therapy
  • Master of Arts, Human Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Science, Business

CREDENTIALS

  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (MN)
  • AAMFT & MN Board Approved Supervisor
  • EMDRIA Certified EMDR Therapist & Consultant-in-Training
  • Certified Transgender Care Therapist
  • Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200)

What is a Marriage and Family Therapist?

Marriage and family therapists are trained to think and work systemically. Though the name might suggest that marriage and family therapists only work with couples and families, they are trained and uniquely skilled in serving individuals and organizations through a global, relational, and systemic perspective.  In fact, many have suggested marriage and family therapists are grossly misnamed, with a more accurate moniker being Systemic Therapists. In addition to working therapeutically with clients, marriage and family therapists serve as executives, consultants, and leaders in private, public, nonprofit, and government organizations around the world.

What does “systemic” mean?

Training in systemic thinking and cybernetics is at the core of marriage and family therapy education and practice.  It means that marriage and family therapists consider the whole context of an issue when determining solutions or interventions to problems and challenges.  Systemic context includes factors like interpersonal relationships, organizational hierarchy, privileges and oppression, sociological pressures, history, perception, intrapersonal dynamics, etc.  Problems and challenges don’t develop in a vacuum or static environment, and nor should solutions be developed without consideration of the total context.

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