Haley is passionate about walking alongside people doing the brave work that is therapy. Her approach is collaborative, client-centered, and includes integrating psychodynamic, existential, and systemic theories to guide people in the process of healing. Haley's practice is rooted in the belief that stories can be dignified and redeemed with compassion, truth-telling, humor, and corrective experiences.
Haley's clinical work has included working with individuals and families at Lipscomb Family Therapy Center, people that were incarcerated or transitioning out of prison at the Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry, and The Ranch, where her focus was trauma therapy and addiction. Originally from Illinois, Haley studied and worked in the field of industrial engineering before landing in Tennessee and pursuing a career in therapy. She enjoys all things systemic, but has found a greater sense of purpose in the messier work of helping people be who they were made to be and equipping them to live more meaningful lives. Outside of the therapy space, she loves watching thunderstorms, playing cards, dance, and volleyball.