Laura Lovato, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
"Therapy is a space to own your personal story and find sovereignty by reflecting on what you are experiencing and why, to reprocess these experiences with new wisdom and perspective, and practice transformative ways of thinking and responding that serve your deeper purpose and true worthiness. I am a fellow human first, therapist second. I strive to be transparent, genuine, and warm. I consider myself an “active” therapist, I offer and ask for feedback, and support my clients in learning specific strategies to practice between sessions to help build new skills and understandings. I genuinely love my work-I hold the role of healer earnestly and have great reverence for my clients’ resilience and courage. I am honored by their trust in me to be part of their process."
Dr. Laura Lovato is a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, trauma, relational concerns, and depression. Her priority as a healer is to support a relationship that is genuine, caring, and safe. She understands that the relationship between mind and body is the pathway to healing and believes that there are infinite ways to live a meaningful life. She received her PhD from University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Clinical Health Psychology and has served a diverse range of clients in community health, hospital, primary care, and outpatient settings. She provides supervision and training to medical and physical therapy students, psychology residents, and early career therapists. She completed her trauma-informed psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy training with Innate Path and has completed 200-hr yoga teacher training, Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga Foundational Training, and offers psychedelic assisted (ketamine or THC) psychotherapy.
Ketamine and THC assisted therapy sessions, psychedelic integration, individual therapy, trauma-informed yoga