You don’t have to know where to start.
If you’re not living in your power because the weight of anxiety, stress, eating problems, or relationship concerns is too much to bear, therapy is a powerful tool that may be able to help. When you’re struggling and it’s impacting your work, your family, and your values, you can’t afford to wait for months or years for change. The treatments we offer are backed by science and targeted for your concerns. Our work together will be highly active with a goal of creating lasting improvements in your well-being.
Offering in-person therapy in Cincinnati and online therapy for individuals throughout Ohio and Illinois, we work with individuals, couples, and families with a variety of concerns. We’ll work together to better understand your reasons for seeking support and then we’ll develop a comprehensive treatment plan outlining our approach. Then we’ll get to work. You’ll know exactly how things are progressing along the way.
Those seeking therapy for the first time may find themselves with many more questions. Head over to check out our Starting Therapy FAQ.
Eating Disorder Recovery
If you feel that there is no way out of perpetual destructive patterns with food, you deserve to know that there are effective treatments that work and that can put an end to the battles you’ve been waging. You’ll also need to know that they are not easy, but they are worth the freedom that comes from living without anxieties and obsessions about food and your body.
Full recovery is absolutely possible, and I believe that every person deserves the opportunity to create it for themselves. I join with individuals to guide them in overcoming these disorders once and for all through evidence-based treatment approaches specifically designed for the needs of the person struggling.
Using our years of experience treating, researching, and designing interventions and programs for eating disorders, we bring my brain and my heart to working to help you discover what life beyond food and weight-obsession can look life. (Here’s a hint: It’s beautiful.)
Click through for more information on eating disorder treatment, and how we work with individuals and families virtually and in-person.
Anxiety & Depression
It’s becoming increasingly challenging to avoid mood and anxiety symptoms in today’s world. We’re run ragged, sleep-deprived, on edge, and never feel good enough. It’s no wonder that so many of us face challenges like feelings of hopelessness, emotional burnout, crying frequently, and irritability, among many others.
If you find that you just aren’t yourself and you don’t even know where to start, please know that mood and anxiety symptoms are treatable. Therapeutic approaches are found to be highly effective, especially when targeted and consistent.
We work with individuals with a variety of concerns, from stress overload to obsessive-compulsive disorder to “I just cannot get out of this funk.” We’ll start by better understanding your specific needs and then dive in to creating a plan of action together.
The stress and anguish that can come with infertility is unlike any other experience. It can be a pain that is isolating and full of sharp, unknowable edges. The experience can have profound effects on individuals’ sense of self, body image, and intimate relationships. It can even start to impact a person’s mood and ability to function normally at work and other aspects of life.
Disconnecting the mind and body and tending only to the physical pieces of the infertility journey can be a mistake. Individuals and couples need guidance and support through the process, regardless of the outcome or choices they have. Psychotherapy can help in navigating the labyrinth of approaches and emotions to treatment, adoption, or living childfree.
We offer confidential in-person and virtual therapy for those struggling with infertility and fertility concerns at any stage of their journey.
The heartbreaking (and completely unacceptable) reality is that over half of women have endured trauma at some point in their lives. The even more frustrating truth is that many women aren’t recognizing how their traumatic experience continues to impact their mood, their physical health, and their overall functioning in the various areas of their lives.
Trauma is complicated and often buried deeply under layers of anxiety, depression, irritability, and anger. Because of its complexity, it can be hard to know when to get help.
We are committed to changing the way that we talk about and treat trauma. We believe that recovery from traumatic stress is absolutely possible and that it’s best achieved through heart-centered healing and science-based interventions.
Click through to learn more about our approach to trauma therapy and how you can live more fully without the stress of trauma.
Dr. Solomon is a gem-the rare balance of intellect, leadership, warmth and vision. I trust her to use the most innovative ideas and cutting-edge technology to improve the lives of the women and girls she is committed to serving.
I would gladly trust a member of my own family to the care of Dr. Solomon.
- Dr. Angela Derrick, Chicago, Ilinois
Ashley is the type of therapist that I would want treating my own daughter. She is intuitive, caring, intelligent, and professional. She connects with people easily, and truly understands and respects them. Anyone who has the opportunity to work with Ashley is fortunate, and will most certainly benefit from Ashley's expertise, wisdom, and professional capabilities.
- Committee Chair, Academy for Eating Disorders
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