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— John Doe

Ashley’s kindness and insightful thoughtfulness make her a soothing presence. She is easy to talk to, and intuits the source of pain with such sympathy and warmth that you will quickly feel safe and seen. But she will not let you stop there! From that foundation of caring acceptance, Ashley will work with you to craft a plan of action to move you forward with awareness and energy. Gently and persistently, she will keep you on course, encouraging you to greet your obstacles directly, and to dismantle them with care and skill.

After four years of graduate study in Arizona, Ashley is happy to have returned home to Madison (except it seems colder than she remembers). During training, she worked extensively with children, teens, and families. At Westside, she is finding herself interested in seeing a broad array of clients. Expert with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, and gender related issues, Ashley welcomes clients of all ages into her practice.

ALL Westside therapists welcome and affirm members of the LGBTQI community, as well as any other groups who struggle for support, acceptance, and recognition.



Anxiety, Depression,

Trauma, Eating Disorders


Mon- Thur 9:00-6:00

Westside at West Towne

414 D'Onofrio Dr., Suite 330



Grand Canyon University,  MS

UW -Whitewater, BS


Ashley Hartwell