Come boldly with your story. All of it matters. What a privilege it will be to listen and discover meaning and healing alongside you.
Hi, my name is Elzaba Anderson and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA). I am currently a member of the American Counseling Association, Kentucky Counseling Association, and the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.
Stories matter. Over the years my life experiences have made me more curious about the narratives and stories of people. It has led me to create a trusted space for others to be known and admired. My own counseling journey was transformational as it provided the safety and space necessary to give language to the inner emotional world that we all carry.
My counseling philosophy utilizes an evidence-based, integrative approach including attachment theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). I also utilize mindfulness practices and breathing techniques. Your collaboration to develop goals - implemented with expertise - is of utmost importance. My past work with clients has included navigating issues of depression, self-esteem, anxiety, eating disorders, life transitions, relationships, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and sexual abuse and trauma.
Hi, my name is Ember Anderson. (No, Elzaba and I are not related! Just friends & colleagues!). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA). I am currently a member of the American Counseling Association & Kentucky Counseling Association. As well as being a practicing Counselor, I am a Yoga Instructor & Travel Advisor.
I take a holistic approach to healing and seek to help individuals gain an internal sense of balance. I believe this journey towards peace starts with mindfulness. Whether in the counseling room, on the yoga mat or in some beautiful corner of the world, my vocational hope is to provide a space that encourages individuals to break away from auto-pilot and intentionally connect with themselves.
It’s here, in this connection that we can begin to develop alignment. Alignment with our values, alignment with the parts of ourselves we hide from, alignment with our core selves. I’m here to listen, to see, to support you in this journey towards healing. I’m hopeful that in our work together you can begin to experience the peace you’re looking for. I take an integrative approach to therapy. I largely pull from Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Person-Centered Therapy to conceptualize and build treatment plans. My past work with clients included navigating issues of anxiety, depression, self esteem, life transitions and trauma.