Michelle Hildt is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (LAMFT #10552). Michelle provides a safe, nonjudgmental space for individuals, couples, and families to build strong and healthy relationships. She helps guide individuals through life’s challenges with empathy, security and patience to allow for healing and change to take place. She knows the courage it takes to seek support and the trust placed in her as she walks alongside her clients on their personal journeys.
Michelle’s passion for authenticity and living a wholehearted life drew her to the field of Marriage and Family Therapy. After many years as a wife, mother and business owner, she decided to pursue her true passion by learning the skills necessary to help others as we navigate the challenges inherent in close relationships. Michelle earned her Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University after having worked for over 20 years with children and adolescents in various group settings. Michelle also has experience working with couples and individuals through a variety of issues including self-esteem, communication skills, parenting skills, anxiety, depression, family conflict, anger and trauma.
Michelle has completed Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) training and uses this approach with her clients. In her work with couples, she rebuilds the emotional connection and creates a space to have open and honest communications.
Rebuilding and Cultivating Trust
Problematic Communication Patterns
Loss of Emotional Intimacy or Feeling Disconnected from Partner
Feeling Stuck, Trapped, Bored or Disillusioned in Relationship
Emotional and/or Physical Infidelity
Unmet Emotional Needs
Unmet Physical Needs
Sexless Marriages and Low Sex Relationships
Relationship Completion, Divorce Transition
Teen Depression, Anxiety, and/or Low Self Esteem