Ashley Oldani, MA
One of the most fulfilling aspects of therapy is helping individuals derive purpose from their pain. I am passionate about recovery and equally as passionate about helping others discover their own path. My goal is to help men and women connect with their values, cultivate hope, and identify the aspects of their lives that have prevented them from living out their full potential. My therapeutic approach is eclectic, built out of trust, non-judgement, compassion, and integrity. Clear and direct expectations within the relationship are upheld, and I place high priority on the therapist-client relationship.
I am a therapist currently working toward full licensure in Tennessee. I received my bachelor's degree in Spanish from Clemson University in 2013. After a few years and many significant life changes, I decided to return to school. I received my master's degree in clinical mental health counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2018.
For the past two years, I have had the pleasure of working as a treatment therapist at a residential treatment facility for women. I have experience with individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. I have gained experience working with substance use and mental health disorders, trauma and crisis, women's issues, family of origin issues, codependency and relationship issues, and eating disorders. I have a passion for the residential setting and have found a great deal of purpose in this role.
I have lived in Nashville, TN for the past 10 years and have developed a great community. I love all things fitness, and I spend a lot of time with my family. Being in the sun is my favorite way to spend a weekend, and I am the happiest when driving around with the windows down and the people I love.