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Ashley Rosenstein
Licensed Professional Counselor

In-network with

Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Cigna

Specializes in

Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Trauma, and Trauma

Great to meet you!

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor

Bachelors in Psychology '12 Baylor University

Masters in Professional Counseling '16 Texas Wesleyan University

Experience working in a community counseling center, homeless recovery lodge, community mental health, and a non-profit counseling center for veterans and their family members.

Treatment Areas:






Life Transition

Panic Disorder

Military/Veteran Support



A bit about my approach to therapy

I consider myself a therapist with an eclectic approach. I place a heavy emphasis on the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), but also implement aspects of a wide variety of other approaches, some of which include mindfulness and creative expression. I am also an approved Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) provider.

What you can expect from our first session

I do not believe in a “one shoe fits all” approach. We will work together towards a treatment plan that feels right for you and meets your needs. A foundational piece of successful therapy is a trusting relationship. I will always strive to build a trusting relationship with my clients where they feel seen and heard. I am passionate about my work with clients and hope to continue helping others make a difference in their lives.

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Insurance carriers Ashley accepts

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

More about Ashley

MC (Masters in Counseling) at Texas Wesleyan University
License type: LPC (Texas)
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Languages: English
Works with: Adults and Seniors
More specialties: Anger Management, PTSD, Substance Use / Addiction, Grief, Loss, Family Issues, and Relationship Issues
Modalities: EMDR, Cognitive Processing (CPT), and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)