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Mental Health
Counseling for Outdoor Enthusiasts

Outdoors, In-Office & Online

Specializing in Hiking Therapy

Facilitating Experiences that Empower Individuals
on the Journey of Mental Health

 

Welcome. I'm glad you're here. I believe that we all have the resilience to heal, and therapy can be an empowering support in that journey.

I work with adult individuals who are motivated to pursue their mental well-being. They often want to regain a sense of empowerment, security, and connection. As your therapist I will equip you with tools to manage anxiety and safely process difficult past experiences. I am LGBTQ+ affirming and work from a systems and multi-cultural understanding- acknowledging the societal inequalities that can contribute to our mental distress. Topics that can be addressed include:

 

  • Anxiety & Stress

  • Climate change anxiety 

  • Codependency

  • College + Post- College transitions

  • Depression

  • Difficult childhood experiences

  • Family conflict

  • Inner critic

  • LGBTQ + issues

  • Life transitions

  • Obsessive thoughts/ OCD

  • PTSD + complex PTSD

  • Self esteem

  • Sexual abuse

  • Sexual concerns

  • Social anxiety

  • Spirituality

  • Suicide Bereavement

  • Trauma

  • Women's issues

 

Areas of Specialized Support:

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College Students

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 Relationship Empowerment

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Outdoor Enthusiasts

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Suicide Grief/ Loss

Counseling Offered in Formats to Fit Your Lifesytle.
Pick The Format that Works Best For You

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Hiking Therapy 

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including wheelchair accessible routes

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Telehealth

Online Counseling

for Adult Individuals

Couch

In Person

Individual Counseling for Adults In-Office

(mask and vaccination required)

Hiking Therapy- an Outdoor Approach to Mental Wellness

If you're looking for a different approach to therapy, you have found it. Hiking Therapy takes place outdoors on the trail and involves partnering with nature as an aid in developing mental wellness. Rather than meet at the office and sit, we meet at the trail where we walk and talk or take a wheelchair accessible trail.

Time in nature has many benefits, including:

  • helping to improve moods

  • regulating emotions

  • calming the nervous system

  • boosting self-esteem

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My Approach to Therapy

I take a relational approach to our work together. Here's what I can offer to you:

  • A caring and collaborative relationship where you are known and respected

  • Tools for managing difficult symptoms

  • Goal setting

  • Experiences that expand self awareness

  • Practice in sharpening interpersonal skills, including boundaries and communication

  • Collaborative partnership to address trauma & early childhood wounds

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Aimee Frazier, MA

Professional Counselor Associate

I believe that our experiences have the power to shape who we become, how we perceive ourselves, the world, and interact within our relationships. 

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