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Dr. Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis, PhD, LP is a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with high-performing women. As a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with women for over 10 years, she partners with clients on wellness, burn-out, stress, perfectionism, anxiety, grief, depression, sleep difficulties, and other behavioral health challenges.
Services include individual psychology sessions and and clinical group gatherings. Psychological services are currently offered in 33 states (see FAQ section for state list). You can find out more about my clinical practice on my Zencare Profile Page.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis is an out-of-network mental health provider. This article from Zencare does a wonderful job explaining the benefits to and reasons for meeting with an out-of-network psychologist.
Payment can include credit or checking. Clients with insurance can often use HSA dollars. We can speak about different payment options.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an evidence-based approach to using skills to assist in ADHD management. The 12-week CBT for ADHD Group includes in-session psychoeducation, skill teaching, collaborative work with other adults, and take-home work.
Next group start date TBD.
This specific approach includes areas related to the following:
Group gathering for individuals with ADHD is a scientifically-based approach to learning skills. It is also a wonderful way to be together with other individuals who may have similar struggles and questions.
You do not need to have a diagnosis of ADHD to participate in or benefit from this group. The evidence-based approach will benefit any women who are looking for additional skills in this area.
If you are interested in participating in this group and an assessment for ADHD, please reach out to let us know.
Group gatherings begin with a 20-minute clinical connect. We can discuss the focus of the group and ensure it is the right fit for you.
Group gatherings differ from group therapy. It is a space for individuals to gather to receive support for a commonly shared struggle. Perhaps it is stress related to parenting or grief experienced during COVID. Perhaps it is a space to support other women who are integrating their personal and professional lives. We look forward to connecting together.
Please reach us through the Contact page if you cannot find an answer to your question.
As I spend more years in clinical practice, my approach becomes more and more eclectic. I believe the therapeutic relationship is at the core of success in therapy. My approach is evidence-based and is informed by the following:
Care available in 33 states including Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut. Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
*Upcoming licensure in Massachusetts, Rhode Island (tentative 3/1/2023) & Michigan (3/31/2023)