Colleen Reichmann, PsyD (she/her)
Hello there! My name is Dr. Colleen Reichmann. I am a licensed clinical psychologist, and the founder of Wildflower Therapy LLC. I have experience across all levels of eating disorders care, and am incredibly passionate about this work. I also specialize in maternal mental health, depression, and anxiety. I love seeing people across the age spectrum, from high school students, to young adults, to middle aged and beyond. All ages are welcome here.
I draw heavily from feminist theory, and implement Health at Every Size principles in my therapy. Additionally, I believe that the “deeper level work” typical involves identifying and processing systemic social justice aspects of our relationships with food and our bodies. In my work with mothers, I focus on fostering a space that feels safe to share their most secret and painful thoughts- this includes mothers of children who are no longer here on earth, folks who are mothers in their hearts without a child, and mothers of living children of all ages. I want all mothers to know that they do not have to feel hopeless or alone- and I help them to step into their authentic selves and release comparisons.
Important things for you to know: I am a Philadelphia enthusiast. I am a big fan of bangs, baking, and the color mustard yellow. I have two dogs- Ollie and Zooey (who are also more than happy to make an appearance during our sessions) I have a son named Ezra, and a daughter named Marigold-the hardest and absolute best parts of my life.
Ashton Whitmore, LPC (she/her)
I believe in a trauma-informed approach that views clients through various lenses, and considers social, cultural, and systematic influences. I offer an inclusive space that explores how identity, oppression, and/or marginalization plays a role in one’s perception of themselves and their outlook on healing and recovery. As a mindfulness-based therapist, my perspective focuses on your present experience as a practice that supports you in cultivating an awareness of your thoughts, reactions, and relational patterns.
I am a HAES-oriented therapist who enjoys working with folks who struggle with body image an/or disordered eating, and I honor bodies of all shapes and sizes. Additionally, as a queer-identified therapist I am looking forward to offering gender affirming, compassionate and comprehensive care to historically misunderstood and pathologized people in the LGBTQIA2S+ community.
I recently relocated to Philadelphia from the mountains of Denver, Colorado, and am enjoying exploring my new city and learning about the community. When I’m not working, I am most likely taking my dog for hikes in the woods.
Samantha (Sam) Palmer, LPC (she/her)
Hi everyone! I’m Sam-a professional counselor who offers a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to discover and embrace your truest self. I utilize a person-centered, strength-based, and direct approach to therapy. I consider the importance of all aspects of one’s identity and how that plays a role in the therapeutic relationship. I earned my Master’s degrees in Counseling and Mental Health Services as well as Professional Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania.
I am a HAES-aligned therapist who specializes in treating individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns as well as substance misuse. I also have experience working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, and relationship difficulties. I work with adolescents, adults, and families. And, as a former collegiate rower, I have a true passion for working with athletes.
In my free time, I enjoy ignoring the advice of TLC, and chasing waterfalls with my black Lab, Nike, as well as hiking, biking, and scuba diving. I am also known to embark on sweet adventures in the kitchen baking my signature chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon rolls.