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Asha M. Creary, M.Ed, LPC, NCC

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Are you craving to be whole again? Asha Creary with Crave Counseling, is a licensed professional counselor that serves adolescents, young adults and couples through different modalities. She focuses on developing healthy thoughts/patterns, helping to move clients past difficult situations and working with clients to identify strengths and how to use them. She is committed to developing a healthy client-therapist relationship while providing a safe, supportive and calm environment. Asha provides counseling for a wide variety of issues including school related issues, career, trauma, next of kin parenting, depression, grief, anxiety, attachment, ethnic/minority issues, terminal illness, phobias and veterans.

Business Name
Crave Counseling
Provider Name
Asha M. Creary
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This Sol Practitioner is a good fit for you if:

Asha Creary with Crave Counseling is a good fit for you if have a child struggling with school transitions, school avoidance, emotional/learning disabilities, drug/alcohol use, change in behavior, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, sadness, anger and recent thoughts of depression. Crave Counseling will also be a great fit for couples thinking about marriage, seeking premarital counseling or trying to move past infidelity or changing couples dynamic. Individuals seeking help with veteran related issues, attachment issues, anxiety, stress, childhood trauma, abuse, ethnic issues, career counseling/coaching, substance/alcohol abuse depression, next of kin parenting and negative thought patterns, Crave Counseling will also benefit you.

Modality & Method
Person Centered
Solution Focused
Family Systems Theory
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral
Attachment Therapy
Child Therapy
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Premarital Counseling
Asha has been an independently practicing Licensed Professional Counselor since January of 2019, nationally certified counselor with NBCC since March of 2019 and a school counselor since 2017. Asha also volunteered in 2016 as a victim advocate for victims of sexual assault and as a crisis hotline receiver.