Graduate of Bringham Young University-Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Graduate of University of Utah with a Masters in Social Work
State of Utah Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Member of the Utah Maternal Mental Health Collaborative
Postpartum Support International Perinatal Mental Health Certificate
Ashliegh has worked in a variety of different areas advocating for families in the multitude of ways a families invite children into their homes. She has worked in adoption as an advocate for couples wanting to adopt, as an individual mental health therapist for individuals and families, and as a hospital social worker. In her role as a hospital crisis social worker she has helped women and families through crisis, specializing in the units providing services to women experiencing hospitalized bedrest, labor and delivery, post-delivery, NICU, pediatrics, and most recently in the emergency room. She has spent the past few years helping families in times of medical and/or mental traumatic crisis.
Ashliegh focuses on being a companion to the therapeutic experience for the individual and families through some of life’s most challenging eras such in relation to fertility, loss, pregnancy, and postpartum. Her theoretical background focuses on the belief that at the times we need the most help it is the hardest to find a safe place to heal. She works to help clients remember and learn the of the strengths that are inside of us all that help us rebuild into our new best self.
Trained Facilitator of Stanford’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
Facilitator of a Utah County Grief Support Group