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Meet Ashlee Janzen, MS, LMFT




Have you taken ownership of a story that doesn't feel like its yours?

 I hope to guide my clients through these areas of their story that are no longer serving them or were not meant for them to begin with and help them heal.

For the past 15 years, I have worked in the helping professions in some capacity.

In my early college years, I spent time diving into the world of Criminal Justice working with various agencies, including Victim Witness helping individuals have a voice so they can begin to heal the trauma they experienced. 

 I graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice & Criminology.

I have a strong yearning to understand people and what makes them who they are.

 That is where my desire for helping people heal and grow was truly cultivated. I had always planned to go into Law until I felt the tug of a different calling.  

Earning my Master's in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage, Family & Child Therapy was my first step into that purpose.

I always tell people this is the best job I have ever held and I truly feel privileged to be a small part in my client's healing process. 

Life experiences have the opportunity to bring people together and I fully believe that applies to every client who walks through my door.


I believe everyone's therapeutic journey is truly their own and no two stories are the same. For that reason, I like to draw from various Treatment modalities to meet my client's needs.  I utilize an integrative approach that is grounded in attachment theory. It is important to have healthy relationships with ourselves and others. My goal is to make therapy a personalized experience for my client and help them to identify the areas where they would like to see healing.


 I am married to a First Responder and together we have miracle babies and our sweet pup.

 In my free time, I enjoy camping, gardening, college football, building furniture, writing, hosting gatherings (pre-covid) and spending time with my family.

I look forward to guiding you on your journey.

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