ASHLENN VON WIEGAND
Specializing in self-harming behaviors, eating disorders, substance addictions, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety, and depression.
Ashlenn Von Wiegand became interested in therapy when she went on an overseas mission trip to work with homeless heroin addicts. From that moment, she proceeded to get her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Georgia. She went on to get her masters in mental health counseling and her doctorate in advanced behavioral health from Capella University. Ashlenn has worked in many different agencies where she has focused her attention on individual, group, and family therapy. She has also led a variety of different psychoeducational and process groups that include and are not limited to substance abuse, family violence intervention, anger management, values clarification, and parenting skills. Ashlenn uses dialectical behavior therapy, solution focused therapy, mindfulness, and cognitive behavior therapy to equip her clients with the skills, knowledge, and resilience needed to overcome anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, obsessive compulsive rituals, and mood disorders. She has worked with adolescents in multiple residential programs and crisis stabilization facilities, as well as worked with adults in an acute care facility. Her passion is to see individuals break free from the thoughts, actions, and emotions that keep them from experiencing their full potential. Ashlenn uses a personable, friendly, and nonjudgmental approach to therapy. She enjoys finding common ground with her clients and challenges them to put into practice the skills she invites them to use to gain a life worth living. Standard Individual Therapy rate is $150 per session.
HAMILTON VON WIEGAND
Specializing in Christian counseling, sexual addictions, substance addictions, depression, anxiety, relational issues, and holistic well-being.
With an insatiable hunger to understand the way thinks work, Hamilton chose to attend Georgia Institute of Technology. And what could be more interesting to study than the human mind and experience? So Hamilton chose his area of study, psychology, and dove into his studies. It was during his time as a student leader with Christian organizations that his interest matured beyond a curious desire for knowledge. Working with the college students and the local communities they served, he began to see a great need for professionals with the training to help people face the complex problems of life - addictions, depression, trauma, unresolved emotional issues. After receiving a bachelors in psychology, he worked for two years in the Adult Developmental Psychology Lab before attending Liberty University to receive a degree in professional counseling. Hamilton has experience working with all age ranges from 5 to 85 in settings including community agencies, private practice, court mandated treatment, acute psychiatric stabilization and substance detox, and long-term inpatient residential treatment. His areas of specialization include: substance addictions, sexual addictions, relapse prevention, Christian integrative counseling, therapeutic applications of meditation, mind-body wellness, depression, and anxiety. Hamilton draws from scientifically sound forms of therapy including Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Schema Therapy. A Christian himself, Hamilton can integrate Christian teachings and spirituality throughout, but is also very comfortable incorporating the worldview and spiritual values of any client into the therapeutic process. Hamilton has completed all core modules of training for sexual addiction therapy with International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals and is an Associate Sexual Addiction Therapist (ASAT). Standard Individual Therapy rate is $115 per session.