Ashley Stone

LMFT Intern

Therapist in Training



Supervised by Sara Weber, LPC-S, CEDS-S

$75/ 60-minute session

Private Pay


Discounted Session Rates


Relationship Issues




Young Adults


Family Conflict




Exploration of Self




Family Counseling


Couples Counseling




Eating/Body Concerns


College Students


Ashley Stone

512-607-9360 xt 92

I work great with...

  • Those who are overwhelmed by intense emotions and thoughts
  • Clients interested in learning about and unpacking their emotional inner-life
  • Individuals who are ready to heal their relationship with food and body imagine
  • Clients who seek to enhance their communication abilities and are interested in understanding their relationship dynamics 
  • Couples navigating relationship stress and seeking a healthy connected partnership

Style & Approach

My clients describe me as compassionate, patient, curious, and caring. In the therapeutic relationship, we will engage in thought exploration and deconstruct negative cognitions. I believe we all have a healthy core and together we will work towards realigning you to your most compassionate, courageous, and confident self. 

Some of the approaches I Use...

Experiential Therapy
Internal Family Systems     
Emotional Literacy 
Solution Focused Therapy
Intuitive and Mindful Eating 
Thought Exploration
Trauma-Informed Care
Body Liberation

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Fun Facts

I get way too excited about the notebook section at Target.

Self-care for me is sitting in a coffee shop, yoga, being in nature, and connecting with friends. 

I feel calm and content when going on hikes with my dog Ivy. 

I have had a surprising number of animal interactions: bit by a baby lion, charged at by a monkey, and held a shark in the ocean. 

I’m a total nerd about all things ballet: history, companies, vocabulary/terminology, pointe shoes and tutus

My personal mantra is the magic happens in the calm. 


Masters of Arts in Counseling, Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling, St. Edward’s University, December 2023

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, Performance, and Choreography and Minor in Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin, 2021 

Professional Experience

  • 2 years experience working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital as a mental health technician
  • Practicum field experience as a counseling student
  • Clinical experience working with teens and young adults


is not accepting new counseling clients at this time.