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Meet Melanie Rogers

Melanie’s therapy is guided by her belief that humans are physical, emotional, and spiritual beings. She believes humans are created for relationship – relationship with ourselves, others, and God. Her therapeutic approach addresses this "whole you."

Therapy sessions are focused on the here-and-now, believing that the relationship between counselor and client is a major instrument of healing and change. Therapy is a safe space where clients can give and receive real-time feedback about what they are experiencing, which leads to growth and change rather than the client being left with insight alone.Through exploring stories of pain and joy in their lives, clients are invited to name and consider how they have been shaped by significant life experiences. Clients are also encouraged to explore the bigger story being told in and through their lives. Melanie works with a wide range of men and women, from adolescents to seniors. She often guides clients through issues including:

  • Adoption

  • Anxiety

  • Body Image

  • Co-dependency

  • Depression

  • Developmental Trauma

  • Grief and Loss

  • Love and Sex Addiction

  • Sexual Identity

  • Sexual Trauma 

  • Spiritual Trauma

  • Shock Trauma

  • Toxic Relationships 

  • Vocation /Career

Melanie Rogers (LPC - MHSP, CSAT, LPC Approved Supervisor, Certified NARM Therapist and Certified Love and Sex Addiction Therapist) is the founder and creator of Come Alive Counseling in Nashville, Tennessee. As a therapist, she loves inviting people to explore their own interior landscapes, challenging them to be intrigued with the bigger story being told in and through their lives. Melanie loves nothing more than to see her clients discovering, recovering, and living from their truest self.
 
Melanie is trained in EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a therapeutic approach that uses eye movements to reprocess traumatic events so that the disturbing material is remembered and felt in a new and less distressing way. For more information on EMDR therapy, go to www.emdria.org.
 
Melanie is also a Certified Sex and Love Addiction Therapist (CSAT). For more information, go to www.sexhelp.com
 
Melanie is an LPC Approved Supervisor.She enjoys sharing her clinical experiences, respect for professional ethics, and insatiable curiosity about the human experience to train and develop young therapists.
 
When she is not working, Melanie is probably researching a new topic of interest, hiking with a friend, playing tennis, practicing yoga, planning her next travel adventure, or trying to figure out her Enneagram number (a love/hate relationship since 2003).

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Meet Kate Moody

Kate began her career in psychotherapy by way of Washington D.C., where she worked at a creative consultancy. While she enjoyed brand storytelling, she found that what she truly loved was listening to the diverse array of human stories behind the brands. In the therapy room, Kate recognizes the great privilege that is being allowed into another person’s story while it is still ongoing, in the midst of chapters that might be painful or uncertain. It is here that she creates a refuge for clients, providing a safe space of authenticity, honesty, and humor along the way.

 

Kate’s work as a therapist is rooted in her belief that true healing must take into account our full humanity – psychology, biology, and spirituality. As a result, Kate’s therapeutic orientation is holistic, incorporating a variety of clinically tested and evidence-based approaches to allow each client to receive individualized care. Her developmental and relational trauma lens informs her work with all clients as she explores current and past patterns and helps them understand what is getting in the way of leading a wholehearted, free, and full life.

 

Kate works with a wide variety of men and women of all ages. She often guides clients through issues including: 

  • Developmental Trauma

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Family Conflict

  • Grief and Loss

  • High sensitivity (HSP)

  • Life transitions

  • Relationship / Boundary Issues

  • Sexual Trauma

  • Spiritual Trauma

  • Whole-body wellness

  • Codependency

  • Depression

Kate is also trained in EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a therapeutic approach that uses eye movements to reprocess traumatic events so that the disturbing material is remembered and felt in a new and less distressing way.

Outside of work, Kate can be found enjoying live music with her husband or friends, attempting to garden for the first time, working out at barre class, or creating (yet another) Spotify playlist.

Kate
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