The first step to healing for some is mustering up the bravery to make the call and begin therapy. I understand how difficult this can be and so I work to have a process that is compassionate, collaborative, and relationally centered. I believe that therapy can transform a life in three ways: A. You will move through difficult barriers and be able to discover new strengths and perspectives within yourself, and B. I will work with you to uncover natural capabilities and help you to develop new skills throughout the process, and C. There is a personal healing that can come through the therapeutic relationship as I attempt to demonstrate a healthy and authentic relationship.
My goal is to understand you the way you understand you. We will work together to honor, heal, and change the stories and patterns that no longer serve the life you want.
My areas of experience include walking alongside adults and adolescents recovering from trauma, anxiety, alcohol/substance abuse, and depression in diverse stages and from all walks of life.
Caley Weisgerber, LMSW, identifies as a white cisgender, progressive Catholic woman who currently is in a closed monogamous relationship. Her practice is sex-positive and gender-affirming. Caley loves to utilize mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy skills to help people who are struggling through negative patterns and move from surviving to thriving. Caley is an advocate for all people and works to empower them through education. Caley is also trained in Internal Family Systems and works with people to get to the emotional roots that may be difficult for them, so that they can fully express themselves and get their needs met.