Stephanie Howarth, Clinical Intern

Stephanie is committed to supporting clients restore greater ease, resilience, and fulfillment in themselves. Her work is rooted in somatic psychology and neuroscience. With her decade of experience as a yoga instructor, Stephanie offers a deeply mindful approach to the people with whom she has the honor of working.

Stephanie’s specialties include working with adults and youth. Her compassionate presence with individuals supports them processing through a wide range of difficulties, including mood concerns, trauma, chronic illness, gender and sexuality issues, and relational distress.

Currently Stephanie is completing a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lenoir Rhyne University, in Asheville. She has completed specialized studies in trauma-informed care and mindfulness. Both these specializations and her undergraduate training in visual art shape how she understands the challenges her clients face, and how she supports change. She is heavily influenced by her studies of Somatic Experiencing, Trauma Resiliency Model, Attachment theory, and neurobiology.

On a personal note, Stephanie is originally from Canada, and has been living in Asheville, NC for the past nine years. In her free time, she very much enjoys making art and music, practicing yoga and dance, and spending time in nature with her husband and beautiful toddler son.

Stephanie is currently accepting new clients.