Holly Henry

Therapist (she/her)

Fun fact: I got stalked by a mountain lion and lived to tell the tale.


More About Me...

We are wounded in relationships and we are healed in relationships. It’s a beautiful thing and, wow, can it be complex navigating these two realities. We are constantly in relationship with ourselves and others, ceaselessly and dynamically moving away from or toward the relationships that define us. I believe that healing in the presence of another cultivates well-being and liberation across personal, relational, and collective spheres. I seek to cultivate this liberation in session whether working with you one-on-one or through couples/relationship therapy.

Therapy looks different for everyone. My goal in our work together is to centralize your individual goals, stay guided by your values, empower your agency, and collaborate in defining what the therapeutic process is for you. Tears, laughter, dance, stomping, silence, and any other expression are all welcome here. I’ll meet you in whatever it is.

I view therapy as a process of “being with” – being with thoughts, feelings, and sensations; being with both suffering and pleasure; being with the body; being with self and being with another. In session we will practice pausing, experiencing, redefining, and realigning. From that place of “being with” we cultivate trust in self and relationship, and unhook from patterns of disembodiment and disconnection.

With both individual and couples work I integrate an attachment, humanistic, and experiential lens. In my clinical practice, I support folks who are recovering from trauma (including relational, institutional, spiritual and religious trauma), repairing attachment wounds, navigating relationships, and experiencing anxiety, depression, and grief.

My practice is informed by seven years of experience in mental health spaces within residential treatment, wilderness and horticultural therapy, and community mental health agencies. Aside from the therapeutic world, I spend my time rearranging furniture, hunting for a perfectly placed sunbathing rock, and thinking everything my dog does is the best thing that’s ever happened.

Education & Trainings

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA)  #A18382

Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Lenoir-Rhyne University

BA in Human Development and Peace Studies, Prescott College

Certified Mediation Practitioner

Rates & Insurance

– 60 minute session – $125

Insurance – currently in network with BCBS and Medcost.

Sliding scale available upon request.

“Go toward what hurts. Stay with it. And be so rigorously compassionate that your body learns that you are what is safe.”  – Dr. Hillary McBride