SASHA HAMILTON-WOOTEN, MS
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
When families experience trauma, significant life stressors and transitions, it is not uncommon for the family system to unravel. I find great passion in working with diverse families, children, and couples from a narrative/collaborative modality as I believe the stories that we tell hold value and deserve a space to be told. I work with clients as a co-author allowing them to retell their story in a way that restores healing and harmony among one another.
My name is Sasha (pronounced say-shah) I have worked in the social services field with children and families for over fifteen years in various capacities. My experience includes working with children who have journeyed through the foster care system and the families that have cared for them during the process. I hold a special place for transracial adoptees and their forever families, parent-child relational problems, child welfare related trauma and pregnancy loss and grief.
Current Degree (one year left), Master's in Marriage & Family Therapy: Cappella University
Master's of Science in Psychology: Capella University
Bachelor of Science in Human Development: Warner Pacific
A Little About Me...
In my free time I can be found spending time with my daughter, enjoying theater, music and art.
Contact to Schedule An Appointment
Services & Fees
Rates may vary for counseling services based on your insurance and payment preferences. For more information on insurance policies and payment options, see here. Otherwise, feel free to reach out and we'll make sure all of your questions get answered.
Individual Counseling is where people come to solve problems, grow, and change their lives in the direction that they think is best for them and their families. When people are stuck and they don't know how to stop certain behaviors, counseling can provide the skills they need to get them where they want to go in life.
Family Counseling is where the parents and kids come together to talk through ongoing problems in the household and how to have more fun and peace in the home. The counselor sits down with everyone at once and identifies how everyone may or may not be contributing to these goals.
During couples counseling, the therapist will work with both partners to identify and address any issues or problems in the relationship. This may include communication issues, conflicts over money or parenting, infidelity, or other challenges that are causing strain on the relationship.