Julia Chapman

Change and growth can be scary, but they are easier when we feel empowered and supported. As a therapist, my goal is to create a warm, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment to explore your experiences, emotions, and patterns. I utilize a person-centered, holistic approach to work alongside you and help you feel more connected to yourself…

Stefanie Cobb

I am an advanced clinical intern at Wildflower. I believe our stories are as unique as our fingerprints. They can hold joy, connection, and emotional nourishment. They can also be a source of pervasive shame, loneliness, disembodiment, and fear. My objective as your therapist is to meet you where you are. I understand that the…

Courtney Collins

Everything in our lives is connected: body, mind, spirit, and experience. We begin to feel a disconnect when one aspect of our life feels off or out of place. We may not feel at home in our bodies, our emotions may overwhelm us, or we may even begin to feel hopeless and unmotivated when performing…

Lauren Flannery

From personal and professional experiences, I have learned that connection is foundational, acceptance is powerful, and change is possible. When we feel disconnected from ourselves, our relationships, or our community, life can feel distressing, isolating, and hopeless at times. My goal in therapy is to hold a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental space for acceptance, re-connection,…

Riley Gramza

I believe that people are capable of healing and growing in many magnificent different ways. We have options for what that gets to look like for us. I also believe we innately tend to seek out familiarity and connections, even and especially when feeling lost. Noticing what we do often can tell us so much…

Julia Howard

I aim to help my clients tune into and grow their own self-awareness in pursuing a life that is meaningful to them. I see myself as another human who can walk alongside clients in therapy as a support who is constantly learning from my clients, as well. I value bringing compassion, humor, and my authentic…

Defne Ildiz

“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are. Choosing authenticity means cultivating the courage to be imperfect.” – Brene Brown. I believe therapy is an opportunity to help people discover their authentic selves and guide them through their process of growth. Through…

Kathryn Klingle

I am an advanced clinical intern at Wildflower. As a therapist, I hope to collaborate with clients to create a space of exploration and play. I understand that starting or continuing therapy takes a lot of courage and that people may have had negative or even traumatic experiences with therapeutic institutions in the past. With…

Katherine Lucchesi

As a therapist, I believe in your right to self-determination and autonomy in the therapeutic process. I feel that my clients are experts on their own experiences and I feel privileged to be trusted with their stories and histories. I approach therapy from a strengths-based, trauma-informed, and non-judgmental perspective to create a space of collaboration…

Jennifer Nemecek

Psychotherapy is a journey of growth and healing. We often know we want to live a more joyful and fulfilling life, but we are just not sure how. Too often, shame makes us shut down and close ourselves off. I strive to provide a warm, non-judgmental space that encourages clients’ authenticity and vulnerability. Through my…