Hello and welcome to Wildflower Therapy

Dr. Reichmann here! May I just take a moment to say that I am so glad that you found us? Truly. It’s not easy to begin the search for a therapist, so just know that I am virtually fist-bumping you for the simple act of clicking onto our page.

I founded Wildflower Therapy in 2016, with the belief that everyone who struggles with their body or food in any way deserves a safe place to heal and rediscover the colorful parts of life. My stance is that therapy should feel like a haven of sorts- a place where it feels safe to say the hard things. A place where you can learn actual skills to utilize out there in the bright (sometimes scary) world. A place to cry, but also– a place to laugh. And further more- you should feel like your therapist actually *likes* you, you know? You should feel cared for. Deeply cared for. That is part of what makes therapy healing.

My practice has slowly but surely expanded. Now, we are a small crew of therapists who care. We are *those* therapists-the ones who care so much about the people that we work with. Why? Because we know how it feels to struggle with food and body image. And we have a shared passion of helping others dig their way out of the same hole we were in. We also have experience working in many other areas of mental health, including mood issues, trauma, addiction, maternal mental health, and mental health issues specific to college students. 

We get it. We’ve been there. And we know the way out. We’d love to help you get there. 

Are you someone who struggles in your relationship with food? Do you find yourself being mean towards your own body? Are you a high school or college student looking for more support? Or maybe you are someone who struggles with depression, anxiety, addiction, or overall self-esteem? Perhaps you are pregnant and feeling overwhelmed by mood struggles, or postpartum and experiencing a roller coaster of emotions and a deep sense of loneliness? Whatever your struggle, you are welcome here. 

Ready to move forward with hope and begin living life in color again? Let’s do it.