Hayley (she/they) became a therapist because she believes in the power of being heard, seen, and appreciated for living our most authentic selves. Often, folks navigate life without having the possibility to embrace how brilliant, capable, and resilient they truly are until they have the opportunity to explore their own strengths and share their story with others.
Hayley approaches counseling from an integrative standpoint utilizing concepts and techniques from systemic, humanistic, mind-body, and constructionist perspectives. She maintains that every person has an innate sense of worthiness and is shaped by the world and people around them. Hayley understands that every one is the writer in their own story. They look forward to meeting their clients in whatever chapter they are in. She is driven by walking alongside clients as they identify where they are, where they have been, and learn to move towards where they want to be.
Hayley is known for their use of movie quotes, song lyrics, and complete misunderstanding of common metaphors in the office and in session. When not at work, Hayley is passionate about true crime, giving car concerts free-of-charge to passing drivers, rucking outdoors with her four-legged son, boxing, and doing the art stuff.