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Heidi Simmons

Therapeutic Specialties


Betrayal Trauma


Couple or Marriage Therapy

Communication

Couples Conflict

Couples Sex Therapy

Discernment Therapy

Healing from Sexual Betrayals


Family Therapy


Sexual Behavior Problems

Impulsive Sexual Behavior

Compulsive Sexual Behavior

Infidelity

Sex Addiction

Porn Addiction


Sex Therapy

Anorgasmia

Erotic Conflict

Erectile Dysfunction

Infertility

Low Sexual Desire

Painful Sex

Performance Difficulties

Rapid Ejaculation

Sexual Shame

Sexual Trauma

Vaginismus


Individual Therapy

ADHD/ADD

Anxiety

Autism

Chronic Pain

Depression

Grief & Loss

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Personality Disorder

Phobias

Shame & Self-Esteem

Substance Use and Addiction

Trauma & PTSD


Populations

Adults

Chronic Health Concerns

Consensual Non-Monogamy

Disability

Ethnic or Racial Minority

Faith Oriented

Kink or BDSM

LGBTQIA+

Multicultural Relationships

Neurodiversity

Veterans


Heidi Simmons

Doctoral Student

Relationship & Intimacy Specialist

As a lifelong learner herself, Heidi is passionate about co-creating therapeutic relationships with her clients that foster growth, insight, and inner peace.


Heidi appreciates that every person is unique and has their own lens through which they view themselves and the world they inhabit. By listening intently, Heidi guides her clients as they embark on their own journey of self-discovery and healing. With a deep understanding of human behavior and a desire to empower others, Heidi creates a supportive and nonjudgmental space for clients to explore their inner world. In this environment, her clients can constructively and compassionately examine their current challenges. Heidi believes that when humans feel safe enough to be honest, they can find the courage to confront themselves. Through this process, she guides her clients in making meaningful connections by looking through the windows of the past and unlocking the door to a future of freedom and possibility. Past clients have shared with her that the most meaningful aspect of therapy was feeling seen-- that the way she carefully listens to her clients allows her to hold a mirror for them to see themselves more clearly.


Education & Credentials

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Clinical Psychology (in progress), Fielding Graduate University


Publications

Diessner, R., Genthôs, R., Simmons, H., Lysne, H., & Arthur, K. (2020). Altar-ing aesthetic emotions: Exploring responses to ecologically valid natural, artistic, and moral beauty stimuli. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/aca0000368



 If you would like to set up an appointment with Heidi please reach out today!

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