Years in Practice: 2
Specialties: Sexuality, Couples
Modalities: Experiential Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Biopsychosocial
Faith Ellis, LMFTA (she/her/hers)
Having a partner to tackle life with, though wonderful, can also be really hard. Add in the shame or discomfort that can come with talking about sex or the ways our sex lives change over time, and there is another layer of struggle that can be difficult to get help with from our support systems. There is so much that can impact our intimacy, such as past sexual experiences or trauma, infertility, infidelity, emotional distance in our relationship, our core beliefs about sexual connection, and the list could continue. Whether this is something you want to explore on your own or with your partner, Faith is dedicated to creating a space that allows room for all the uncomfortable conversations, the shame, the excitement, the confusion, and the curiosity to be explored. Her goal is to help find what actually works for you, rather than what “should”.
Faith received her Bachelor’s in Applied Psychology at Montana State University and Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Auburn. She has worked in university and community mental health agency settings treating a wide range of presenting problems in individual, couple, and family constellations. Some of her experience includes treating sexual and communication struggles within couples, post-traumatic stress, anxiety, ADHD, depression, and suicidal thoughts or behaviors in diverse populations.
Faith grew up in western Montana and, while she misses the mountains, has loved the new scenery and experiences Auburn has gifted her. Some of her favorite things to do are finding the best food around, tending to her many house plants, loving on her doggos, or finding new and interesting documentaries to watch.
FEE: $90 per 50-minute session
Available for In-person and Teletherapy