I see: Individuals, Adults
I give free consultations: No
I charge, per 50-min session: $80
I use these modalities to communicate: Email, Text, Phone, Zoom
My specialties are: Domestic abuse, Difficult relationships, Grief, Life transitions, Relationship issues, Religious concerns, Self-esteem issues, Stress
My toolbox includes the following modalities: Solution-focused, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Emotional support and empathic listening, Goal-setting
I have the following Abide Network certifications: Abide Helper Training
Other relevant degrees, certifications, and trainings: Darah Ashlie has a Master's Degree in Counseling, specializing in Crisis and Trauma, and is a Board Certified Christian Counselor. She is also a trained domestic violence advocate and certified mental health coach. She travels and speaks at churches, and loves to blog and write to help women who are seeking hope, healing and encouragement. She is passionate about helping women move forward in life after trauma and abuse. As a survivor of both herself, she knows the power of Christ-centered care, with the incorporation of biblical principles for healing. She focuses on helping women move from feeling overwhelmed and powerless to helping them learn to overcome life’s challenges and find the strength they need to step into the exciting future God has planned for them. She approaches coaching from a holistic perspective, utilizes CBT, and is trauma informed.
What do you like best about coaching?
I love helping women move towards their goals and out of feeling overwhelmed. I also love watching God transform lives and getting to be a small part of that work. It's humbling and an honor when someone invites you into their life to be a part of their exciting journey
How do you recharge on your day off?
I enjoy walking, hiking, spending time in nature, and on the rare occasion I get to do so, I love to cozy up with a good book.
Why did you choose to do coaching?
After years of serving in missions, and living in various parts of the world, I saw that there was a universal need for more Christ-centered and trauma informed care in the mental health field. This led me to pursue more training to better serve those God was placing in my path. I chose to go into the field of coaching because I know first hand the value of someone helping and encouraging you when you feel stuck on your next steps in life.
What are your three favorite things?
My three favorite things would have to be spending time with my heavenly Father, my family, and being out in nature.