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    Ashley Hutchinson, LCSW

    Therapist: Ashley Hutchinson, LCSW

    License Number: LCSW 102085

    Direct Phone Number: 951-588-5527

    Office Location(s): Riverside Only

    Days of the Week: Weekdays

    Populations Served: Adults, Veterans

    Insurance Accepted: Cash Pay, Kaiser, TriCare, TriWest, CIGNA, Blue Shield of CA/Magellan, HealthNet/MHN, and United Healthcare/Optum.

    Ashley Hutchinson, LCSW is employed by Talk Therapy Center as a clinical therapist and as the Director of Marketing and Networking. She is Licensed Clinical Social Worker with her Master’s Degree in Social Work. Ashley has provided intensive mental health treatment throughout the region. She has worked with crisis stabilization in a partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient program. She also has developed an expertise working within the military community. Those who have received therapy from Ashley have stated her warmth, humor, and straight-to-the-point assertive therapeutic approach helped them find success in therapy. As an educator and presenter on mental health topics, Ashley has earned a reputation for being sought out across a diverse spectrum of organizations such as school districts, elected officials, local government agencies, hospitals, at large conferences, and national mental health organizations.

    Ashley is proud to report that along with being a Loma Linda University School of Behavioral Health alumna, she is also the recipient of the National Infantry Association’s Shield of Sparta and the Yellow Rose of the State of Texas Awards for Women. These accolades were bestowed upon Ashley due to her dedication to military families. Ashley is the proud wife of a combat veteran, a mother to a beautiful daughter, and a Girl Scout volunteer.

    Ashley's Recent Posts

    "Therapeutic Book Recommendations"

    The Betrayal Bond by Patrick Carnes

    A Secure Base by John Bowlby

    Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior by Charles Hoge

    The Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie

    I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me by Jerold Kreisman