Cresson Haugland, MS, LMFT is a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist in Nashville, Tennessee.
Cresson has worked in both the community mental health and private practice settings and has extensive experience working with families in transition, couples, adolescents, and individuals. Cresson has received Level Two Certification in the Restoration Therapy Model, a highly effective modality dedicated towards helping individuals and couples advance in their journeys of identity and emotional regulation.
Cresson received her MS in Marital and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary’s Graduate School of Psychology. When she isn’t enjoying a good cup of coffee in the therapy room, you will likely find her lost in the mountains, opening up a bottle of red wine around a table of friends, or planning which country to cross off of her bucket list next.
Sage Hill Counseling
2416 21st Ave S., Suite 203
Nashville, TN 37204
M.S. Marital and Family Therapy
Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
B.S. Human and Organizational Development
Licensed Marital & Family Therapist- TN Lic. #1390
Level Two Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Level Two Restoration Therapy
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Certified Domestic Violence Counselor
I vividly remember a first session with a client who had never come to therapy before. They sat down cautiously and began by saying, “This is weird. This is weird. This is weird.”
Therapy can feel weird; I get it. In a culture that defines success by productivity levels, numbers of “likes” and zeros in your paycheck, setting aside the time and space for your personal wellbeing can feel like quite an investment. It is. The financial, mental, and emotional commitment it requires to show up every week can be daunting and fear-inducing. My sincere hope, however, is that together we will be able to take the journey towards greater understanding and healing in a transformative way.
While I do not work exclusively from one modality, much of my practice is influenced by systems theory, an attachment perspective and a psychodynamic approach. I also strive to consistently stay up to date with the latest research in neuroscience and relational theories of psychotherapy. Our earliest relationships have an incredibly strong impact on how we develop, and exploring them provides great insight into the unique things that have shaped you, the implications of particular relational patterns, and the effect unresolved conflict may be having on your day to day interactions.
I am not certain how you found your way here, but whether you are seeking individual help, want to work on familial or relational struggles, or have an adolescent in need of an outside listening ear, I would love to be a resource.
Thank you for visiting this website. If you have questions or comments, please email me and I will make every effort to provide you with a timely response. However, this email is not a secure means of communication, and therefore you should not send confidential information. Remember that any information we provide through email is not a substitute for a medical consultation with your physician and should not be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease.
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