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Ashleigh Lange

Ashleigh Lange


15 years of experience
Solution oriented

Hello! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) based out of Arizona. I received both my Bachelors & Masters from the University of Missouri. I have been practicing in the field of Social Work for over 15 years. I am passionate about assisting individuals and couples struggling with career/school/relationships/transitions/life stressors and struggles, to become the best versions of themselves!

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session together, we'll start with brief introductions, then dive into the specific challenges you're facing. This will help me create a tailored plan for us to work through in follow-up sessions. We will review your initial assessment and set goals towards your treatment plan. We will establish a schedule that fits your daily routine, and provides extra value to your life!

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

Having worked with individuals and couples for the past 15 years, I've developed a system approach for helping you (a) identify the root cause of your challenges and (b) create a tailored plan that will lead you towards your goals and increase your own progress.

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

By using CBT, I will assist you in changing unhelpful or unhealthy ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. By eliminating negative thinking, you will eliminate negative feelings and subsequently negative behaviors.

Dialectical Behavior (DBT)

By using DBT, I will assist you with the four main components that make up DBT by way of distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, mindfulness, and emotional regulation.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

By using SFBT, I will assist with future-oriented and goal-oriented interviewing techniques that will help you build solutions.

Motivational Interviewing

By using MI, I will assist with enhancing your motivation to change by means of four guiding principles. Resist the righting reflex; Understanding your own motivations; Listening with empathy; and Empowering change.