Alison Askew, LPC Associate
Supervised by Jessica Callicutt LPC-S, RPT-S, CED-S
“We can always begin again”
Online or In-Person Sessions
Individuals:$100 per 50-min Session
Insurance is not Accepted
Payment is due at the beginning of each session. Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted.
Are you or your child struggling to cope with life’s challenges? Maybe thoughts and feelings of shame, fear, worry or guilt are keeping you from experiencing the life that you want. Whatever experience brings you here today - a loss, transition, hardship - know that you are not alone.
Together, we will co-create a safe space to face these challenges with compassion and gentle curiosity. I believe with the right tools and support in place, you will not only create more satisfying and authentic relationships – with yourself and others, but you will move towards growth and healing.
How I work
Specializing in disordered eating, body image, depression, anxiety and trauma, I use several approaches to meet the specific needs of each individual. It is my goal to help you restore well-being by learning how to become your own inner ally.
I provide a whole-hearted approach to working with uncomfortable emotions, addressing difficult experiences and deepening relationships. Together, we will identify, challenge and overcome the self-limiting beliefs that are holding you back and connect with your core values. This will improve your ability to give yourself what you need, achieve long-term goals and live a more meaningful life.
I use elements of mindfulness and somatic awareness to bring attention to what you are sensing and feeling in the moment, without judgment. This non-judgmental practice is where self-compassion and authenticity begins to take root - and where change takes place. As a certified yoga teacher, I enjoy bringing the healing benefits of yoga into sessions. Yoga provides a unique opportunity to reconnect and reclaim the body.
Alison Askew is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate supervised by Jessica Callicutt, LPC-S, RPT-S, CEDS-S. Her clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents and adults who have struggled with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma and abuse, in both inpatient, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment settings.
Alison is currently completing an advanced training in Somatic Experiencing. In her free time, she enjoys propagating succulents, practicing yoga, or exploring new trails with her dog, Molly.