Ashleigh Kraft, MA, LPC-S, IECMH-E

As the spouse of a Police Officer and the sibling of a Firefighter/Paramedic, Ashleigh understands the unique stressors and challenges of these professions and how they impact both the first responder and their loved ones.  She knows how difficult it is for people who help and solve problems for a living to have the tables turned and be the one seeking help.  She considers it an honor and privilege to walk beside people as they undertake a counseling journey and works to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety to ease that discomfort.  Ashleigh’s therapeutic work is through a trauma and a hope lens where she provides practical, evidence-based, compassionate therapy services for her clients, balanced with some humor and informed by the science of hope.   Ashleigh is trained in multiple best practice models for treating trauma in children birth through age 6 and their caregivers as well as treating parents during the perinatal period (pregnancy through the first year of the child’s life).   With over 20 years of therapy experience working across the lifespan from birth through adulthood, she provides individual, group and family therapy. 


Ashleigh’s clinical and professional background includes:

  • A Degree in Clinical Psychology
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology
  • Adjunct Professor-University of Tulsa-School of Social Work
  • Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) State Trainer
  • DC:0-5 Certified State Trainer
  • Infant Mental Health Endorsed, (IMH-E®) Mentor-Clinical
  • Clinical Supervisor
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)


Ashleigh finds joy in helping people to heal from challenging life experiences and partnering with her clients to increase the sense of joy and fulfillment in their lives.   Ashleigh has a deep desire to help people heal and achieve their goals and encourages those she works with to dream beyond the reduction of suffering toward lives that are satisfying, joyful, and meaningful.