January 12, 2017

Ashley Jamison, LPC-S, LAC

I am so glad you are thinking about counseling. Hurts, conflicts, and difficulties all get in the way of us being who God made us to be. Working through these issues and freeing yourself from the weight of them will be a huge step in your emotional health, and it will have an impact on your physical health and your spiritual health as well.

Counseling is a collaborative process. You are the expert on your story and I have tools that will help you as we sort through it. My goal is to walk alongside you in whatever you are dealing with.

What I offer as we walk together:


Hope is a big part of the process and there may be times when you don’t feel like you have any. I will always have hope for you. I will be hoping and expecting God to work through our time together and bring healing to your situation.


As we walk together I will offer you understanding. I will listen, clarify, and make sure I understand what you are dealing with. I will also help you understand yourself and your story better. As we both grow in understanding we will be able to walk together toward the truth that God has for you.

Areas of focus:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress/Life difficulties
  • Past and present hurts/Trauma
  • Grief
  • Relationship Issues
  • Identity and Spiritual Growth
  • Pre-marital and marital counseling
  • Re-entry/Culture shock
  • Addictions (and family members)
  • Severe mental illness

A Little About Me:

I have been counseling for 6+ years and I love what I get to see God do through it. My family and I enjoy traveling and exploring new places. My husband, son, and I can often be found in pretty spots around the city going for walks, or enjoying coffee at any coffee shop with a view.

Book Recommendations:

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero

The Search for Significance by Robert McGee

Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas

A Note About Substance Abuse

I am a licensed addiction counselor, but Restoration does not provide substance abuse treatment. If you have a history of substance abuse but are now in recovery, it can be helpful to have a therapist that understands that piece of your journey. If you are still actively working toward recovery, it may be helpful to start considering what your aftercare plan will look like when you complete treatment. My role in your recovery will be helping you to go deeper to the root of your addiction and helping you to resolve any issues that are making recovery harder or keeping you “white knuckling” instead of fully embracing the recovery lifestyle. Recovery can often reveal additional issues that you were unaware of before you stopped using, and I am here to help with those as well.