Elyse Snipes, MA LMFT
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist on a mission to get therapy off the couch and into the world so you can live the good life. I bring practical solutions to everyday problems with a little creative magic and whole lot of truth. Wherever you are, geographically, psychologically, or spiritually, you can live into the good life. I can help unlock your limiting beliefs and build a healthier narrative that makes room for healing, connection and personal freedom. I have done the work myself and am living proof that change is possible and for everyone.
What I do
I am the catalyst. Whether it is the intense work of healing years of trauma, or something lighter like personal coaching, understanding your relationship patterns and core beliefs that are keeping you stuck, I am your starting place, your spark. Our work will adapt to what it is you need at this season of your life.
Who I help
Regular people, just like you. One of the biggest myths surrounding personal growth or therapy or self-help is that it is only for people who are really messed up. Don’t get me wrong, this work is definitely for those of us who have walked through unthinkable suffering, but it is also for people who are looking for some smaller shifts, a re-orienting or time of guided reflection and personal growth. Which is why I created a variety of options through in-person therapy, remote coaching, and weekends to meet you where you are at.
I went to therapy for the first time when I was 10 years old, it took me another 12 years to finally find a therapist who was worth her salt. This process of searching and finally connecting and finding the help I really needed changed the trajectory of my life. I finished college, went to grad school, and started working as a therapist in 2008. Since then it has been my mission to normalize therapy, to get it off the couch and into the world. I started a podcast to give a glimpse into the world that is usually stuck behind hippa compliant doors.
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Introductions + Beginnings
What it is really like being a therapist