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Abigayle received her Master of Arts in counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and her Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies from Lindenwood University. She is passionate about helping individuals and families navigate the complexities of life’s stressors and relationship dynamics.
Abigayle uses an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from trauma-informed practices with narrative therapy, play therapy, attachment theory, and art therapy techniques. She seeks to help each client reach their goals by utilizing the client’s strengths and helping them discover new ones. Through a framework of curiosity and creativity, Abigayle aims to cultivate a safe and welcoming space for clients to explore their inner world. She also uses practical skills such as DBT and solution-focused models. Abigayle draws from current research on both mind and body to help clients reconnect to their physical experience and gain a deeper understanding of how their body is designed for emotional and physical healing from trauma.
“It has been a privilege to help people navigate the joy and sorrow that comes with living a whole-hearted life. My goal with each client is to help them find a way forward into a richer, fuller, and more meaningful life. Utilizing a trauma-informed lens, I seek to help my clients embody wellbeing by integrating their experiences into a life story that reimagines their worth and identity, helps them to see their unique beauty, and restores their sense of belonging.”
Abigayle is currently supervised by Courtney Hollingsworth, LPC (license #2009036286)