Ashley Niemann, MA, LAMFT
Ashley Niemann, MA, LAMFT enjoys working with children, teens, young adults and families from all backgrounds to provide holistic support in reaching their aspired goals for well-being.
Her clinical focus includes families and children who have experienced trauma and specifically those who are involved within foster and adoption networks. She also has completed specific training that supports working with children birth to 5 years of age as well as training in grief and loss for children and teens.
Ashley utilizes a person-centered and collaborative approach to foster therapeutic relationships. She utilizes techniques such as play therapy, narrative therapy, attachment theory, expressive modalities, and experiential approaches.
She has clinical experience working with issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, foster-care, adoption, abuse, neglect, grief, family conflict, attachment, Autism and ADHD.
Ashley earned her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, specializing in child and adolescent therapy, from Northcentral University. Outside of her work at Secure Base, Ashley enjoys getting outside as often as possible, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.