Ashley Baughman has a Master of Arts in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, and she is currently a provisionally Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. In addition, she has a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies and a
minor in Psychology from The University of Alabama. She has gained further knowledge of addiction, trauma, career counseling, marriage and family therapy, and interpersonal relationships through courses offered at Dallas Baptist University. Ashley has gained counseling experience working in a variety of settings. Such as, Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support, Houston Baptist University, The Source for Women, and Julianna Poor Memorial Counseling Center. She works primarily with adolescent and adult females dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions. Ashley will be serving the Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Jacksonville Beach areas.
“I was a little unsure at first meeting with Ashley. But once I meet her face-to-face I was so glad I made the appointment. I love her!
K. 54yr. female
Counselor: Spanish and English
A Little More about Priscilla Carlsgaard
I believe in a collaborative approach to working with couples and individuals. Together we will identify and work towards achieving goals and create new ways to work through problems. My goal is to help you focus on your strengths and what works.
Couples’ relationship health is my specialty. Using the Gottman Method, I work with couples to resolve conflict and build their relationship through improved communication. With training in PREPARE/ENRICH premarital counseling, I can also offer a structural plan to harness strengths and address potential growth areas.
My work centers on helping you become the Better You. With training in DBT, Trauma-Focused CBT, and utilizing skills that focus on strengths, together, we can enhance your ability to manage stress and make changes where necessary. Seeking help takes courage. If you’re in need, feel free to call with questions or to schedule an initial consultation.
Rev. Lou Lothman Th.D.
Dr. Lothman, is licensed by the State of Florida as a Marriage and Family Therapist ( Lic. # MT 1294), is a Clinical Therapist of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). He is a Presbyterian minister, serving since ordination in 1977 in the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. Lou received his B.A. from Duke University, Cum Laude, in 1972. He received his M. Div. degree in 1977 from Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta. In 1986 he join Pastoral Counseling Services in the specialized ministry role of pastoral counselor and psychotherapist. In 1989, he completed his Th.D. in Pastoral Counseling at Columbia Theological Seminary, with his dissertation in the area of family systems theory, mourning and loss, and healthy personal and family functioning. Since then he has provided and continues to provide spiritually sensitive counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Lothman’ s areas of specialization include depression and anxiety, couples and family counseling, parenting and relational issues, spiritual growth, including help in resolving crises in meaning, grief, loss, enhancing self-esteem and healthy living.
Dr. Lothman has been married to his wife, Judy, since 1976 and has two grown children. He enjoys cycling, traveling, reading, and writing.