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About Me

My choice to pursue this work is a reflection of my deepest passion in life: understanding the art of being human and finding meaningful connection and safety through that. Being highly attuned to others and deeply curious about authentic experience, particularly in the face of transformation and hardship, I have come to find that one of life's biggest challenges is finding permission to do just that: honor one's own authentic Self.  It has long been a quest of mine to discover what it is that holds us back from granting ourselves the ability to step into our highest beings and recognizing the beliefs we have to undo on the way. In addition to this, I think relationally and systemically. Recognizing the impacts that systems of oppression have on our mind and body feels essential to this work, and I will always strive to be accountable to my growth in unpacking and understanding systemic oppression. Forever the seeker, I continue to walk my own path of personal evolution and it is my commitment to continue to learn and grow. I am deeply honored to walk beside you, as you too are walking your own journey of the Self.

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Charlotte Irving is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate who holds a master’s degree in Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling from Naropa University. She believes in a humanistic and transpersonal approach to counseling and utilizing mindfulness tools as a way to help regulate our nervous systems and navigate our most profound emotions. Above all, Charlotte encourages an authentic connection with others and strives to provide a safe and relatable atmosphere for her clients. Charlotte is PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy) Level 2 certified. She loves couples work and believes that intimacy is one of the most wonderful opportunities for humans to access the deepest layers of their shadow and ancient hidden trauma. Other populations Charlotte specializes include life transitions, (both the expected and unexpected), career counseling, body dysmorphia, challenging relationships with food, managing anxiety, depression and, as always, meeting people in their process, wherever that may be.


Prior to her work as a psychotherapist, Charlotte worked as a school teacher, a yoga instructor and a massage therapist. These experiences contribute to and reinforce her ability to support clients in embracing challenges as opportunities for growth. She believes in a holistic approach to health and the importance of listening to innate somatic insight. Charlotte’s passion and experience helping others is evident in her presence. 

"We only have the opportunity to heal when we are being asked to do so from within." - Aleka Thorvalson

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