Alison Hartman, MA, LMFT
About Alison Hartman
Are your thoughts keeping you up at night? Do you feel hopeless and wish you had a solution to feel better. Is nothing going how you expected? Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you hold shame and guilt and never feel good enough? Are you worried something bad may happen to you or your child? Do you feel on edge? Do you feel like you can't share how you truly feel for fear of being judged or pushed away. Do you ever feel like your anxiety gets so high it gets in the way of connecting with others, reaching your goals, or just getting through your day? Does your depression hold you back from being the mom you always thought you wanted to be?
ou don’t have to suffer alone. Going through life can feel like a roller coaster ride, especially after having a child. Therapy can help you feel more focused, more at ease, feel present with your family, and enjoy life again. Therapy can help you give yourself grace during this major life transition allowing you to feel free and ready to take on your day.
I help women and teen girls overcome their depression and anxiety, find hope, purpose, and reach their goals. I work collaboratively with my clients to be a support and guide on their way towards healing. Join me in taking the opportunity to feel happier and healthier. I have openings on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Visit my website or call to learn more.
I have worked with children, parents, families, and adults for the past 7 years ranging from in home therapy, school based therapy, crisis intervention, de-escalation, and crisis assessments.
SpecialtiesAnxiety, Depression, Postpartum
Age Group FocusAdolescents, Adults
Treatment ApproachesCognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, Family Systems, Integrative, Interpersonal, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
IssuesAnxiety, Behavior Issues, Child or Adolescent, Coping Skills, Depression, Family Conflict, Grief, Parenting, Postpartum, Pregnancy, Prenatal, Self Esteem, Women’s Issues