About Ashley Middleton Fronheiser

Career highlights past and present

Based in Pennsylvania, Ashley Middleton Fronheiser is a clinical social worker and behavioral specialist who focuses on fields related to complex childhood trauma. Her psychotherapy work has involved helping youth of all ages and their families through roles as a case worker, clinical consultant, and individual and group therapist. As a nationally certified, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, she draws on advanced training in numerous clinical approaches and metaphysical-healing modalities and concepts. Her knowledge base encompasses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), heart intelligence/heart wisdom, hermetic principles, and The Tree of Life. A member of the Institute for Rapid Resolution Therapy founded by Dr. Jon Connelly PhD. LCSW, Ms. Fronheiser is strongly experienced in techniques such as Transformational Clinical Hypnosis and multilevel communication.

Since 2012, she has served as the chief practitioner at Living Resolutions, her own Gilbertsville-based private practice with the prime focus being on healing trauma and suffering, she works with children, adolescents, young adults, and women. Passionate about working with these individuals, she leverages her multi-dimensional and multi-level communication abilities to help them thrive and integrate by cultivating their unique abilities and furthering their families and caregivers’ understanding. She provides multi intelligence education and offers individual integrative and intuitive intelligence consults for parents who have children with autism spectrum diagnoses and sensory experiences beyond what is considered neuro-typical. Moreover, she maintains board certification as Functional Behavioral Assessment trainer from the Bureau of Autism Services.

Beyond her interactions with clients, Ms. Fronheiser trains professionals in various fields on how to work with youth on the autism spectrum/New Age children and young people who have been impacted by abuse and complex trauma. In this capacity, she has taught social workers, mental health professionals, holistic healing practitioners, educational professionals, and law enforcement and legal personnel, among others. Furthermore, her instructional endeavors have included educating professional organizations and child advocacy centers on challenges associated with suicide intervention, emotional regulation, and trauma. An approved clinical supervisor with the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Ms. Fronheiser also served as a clinical supervisor, trainer, and clinical educator for social service agencies in Montgomery County, PA.