Elisa Mitchell, MACP                                 Co-Founder


I believe that our stories not only tell us where we’ve been, but also who we are and where we are going. It is in these stories that we have experienced both great joys and great losses, and have learned how to relate to others and our world around us. How we live in our relationships is core to who we are and how our story continues to unfold. We have the gift to view our stories with grace and to learn to live in a way that hopes for a full and lovely life. Together we can walk through the stories and relationships of your past in order to illuminate your true self and help you live more freely in your world today.


Over the past 10 plus years I have worked in various settings with individuals trying to figure out how to live life more fully. I have had experience working at inpatient and residential facilities focused on eating disorders and dual diagnosis. I have worked at a church counseling center focusing on work relationships, spiritual issues, and addictions. In private practice I have worked with adolescents, adults, and couples. My primary focus is walking alongside those struggling with anxiety, depression, relational issues, and the transitions of parenting. I also work with those in the LGBTQ community and sexuality identity development.


Arizona State UniversityB.I.S. Family Studies and Nutrition

Seattle School of Theology and PsychologyM.A Counseling Psychology

At any given moment you have the power to say, ‘This is not how the story is going to end.’
— Christine Mason Miller