Ashley Graber M.A., LMFT

Motivational Speaker, Psychotherapist, & Mindfulness Educator

http://www.ashleygrabertherapy.com/
After 15 years working in Commercial Real Estate in New York City, Ashley Graber changed the coast she lived on and the direction of her life from Real Estate to the worlds of Psychology and Meditation & Mindfulness. Ashley came to these practices after getting sober and in the decade plus since, she now runs a busy mindfulness based psychotherapy practice at Yale Street Therapy in Santa Monica, CA where she see adults and children.   Ashley is an Owner and Director of Curriculum for the next generation meditation app & mindfulness company ‘Evenflow’ and launched the company’s one to one online mindfulness mentoring program. Ashley also educates teachers and administrators in schools and presents in businesses across Santa Monica and Los Angeles.   Ashley was trained in Meditation and Mindfulness practices by prominent teachers; Elisha Goldstein, Richard Burr and Guiding teacher at Against the Stream Boston, Chris Crotty. Her Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) certification was done through The Center for Mindfulness at UC San Diego. Additionally, Ashley is trained by Mindful Schools to teach Meditation and Mindfulness practices to children and families. Ashley’s unique combination of psychotherapy, trauma reprocessing and meditation and mindfulness practices make her a sought after therapist and mindfulness educator and speaker. Her passion for the benefits of mindfulness practices as well as her enthusiasm for helping young kids and adults is the drive to teach these very necessary, life long skills and why she wrote and runs the Mindfulness for Families program at The Center for Mindful Living where she teaches groups of families with children ages 6-12. Ashley was featured on Good Morning LaLa Land, presented on Resilience at the renowned Wisdom. 2.0 Mindfulness & Technology conference, and presented at the TED Woman conference offering an in-depth look at the profound psychological and physiological consequences of chronic stress, and how meditation and mindfulness practices can alleviate these effects.
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Slow Down To Do More: “Why We Should Also Be Mindful Of The Mundane” With Ashley Graber and Rita Devassy

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Slow Down To Do More: “Why We Should Manage Our Energy Instead Of Our Time” With Ashley Graber and Kate Northrup

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Slow Down To Do More: “Why We Need A Surgeon’s Schedule” With Ashley Graber and Don Maruska

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Slow Down To Do More: “What Does Deodorant Have To Do With It?” With Ashley Graber, Zach Groffsky and Taylor Lane

by Ashley Graber M.A., LMFT
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Slow Down To Do More: “Why An Accountability Partner Should Be An Intricate Part Of Your Life” with Ashley Graber and Stephynie Malik

by Ashley Graber M.A., LMFT
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Slow Down To Do More: “Why We Need To Protect Think Time” With Ashley Graber and Ian Unterreiner

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Slow Down To Do More: “Why We Need To Understand The Law Of Diminishing Return In Order To Slow Down” With Ashley Graber and Dwain DeVille

by Ashley Graber M.A., LMFT

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