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About Ahava Wellness

An Inclusive Therapy Practice for Well-Being

At Ahava Wellness, inclusivity is at the heart of everything I do. I believe that every individual, regardless of background, identity, or circumstance, deserves access to compassionate and effective mental health care. Whether you're seeking support for anxiety, trauma, or simply striving for personal growth, you are welcome here. Ahava Wellness is dedicated to creating a safe and affirming space where all are embraced, valued, and empowered on their journey toward healing and well-being.

Hate is not spoken nor tolerated. 

About Michelle Langley

Integrative Psychotherapist | LPC

Michelle Langley is a Licensed Professional Counselor based in Texas where she works with individual adults.

 

Michelle holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University, and, a postgraduate certification in Trauma Informed Clinical Practice from New York University. Michelle is  Registered Yoga Teacher (R-YT500), and Breathwork practitioner. She has received advanced training in EMDR, Somatics, Nutrition, and Intuitive Eating.

Therapy sessions with Michelle fuse the best techniques of psychotherapy with holistic integrative approaches to assist clients in reaching their highest potential. Michelle gently challenges clients to explore the root cause of their symptoms and gain new awareness of the patterns that are not serving them well.

Michelle provides an inclusive therapy practice— specializing in the treatment of trauma, anxiety-related disorders, and ADHD.

 

As a seasoned telehealth provider, she offers the convenience of remote sessions to give clients the access they need while allowing clients to stay in a comfortable and familiar place.

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Therapy Is Available In Texas, Louisiana and Arizona
Now that the obligatory professional statement has been made, I'm going to get really real here. 

Throughout my life, I had been entrenched in the pursuit of more—more success, more validation, more of everything. This relentless drive for perfection consumed me, leaving me in a cycle of busyness that only fueled my anxiety and my self-esteem.

 

Breaking free from this mindset was not easy. First, I had to recognize that being anxious, burnt-out and stressed-out was not a sign of weakness or failure. Then, I had to learn to quiet the incessant chatter in my mind and start listening to the gentle whispers guiding me toward the life I truly wanted. I gave myself permission to live according to my standards instead of everyone else's expectations. And, I committed myself to showing up authentically in all that I do.  

It was a process. So, I get it. I understand the desire for more, yet never feeling like it's enough. I know anxiety really, really well. I understand how trauma impacts the mind, body and spirit.  And, I understand that eating as a stress response is a real thing. 

Let's do this thing together. We will go beyond symptoms to identify and treat the root cause of your struggles, and develop long-term sustainable solutions.

You've Got This! 

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