Tasha Eichenseher, MA, LPCC

Hi, I’m Tasha Eichenseher, and I’m grateful to be at the Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute to hold space for clients as they move through anxiety, depression, anger, pain, distraction, trauma, transition, and grief.

The foundation of my practice is based on the premise that humans are inherently whole and want to move toward connection, health, and wellbeing.

The therapeutic systems and modalities I’ve been inspired by and use are Internal Family Systems (IFS), Gestalt, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness, and ecopsychology, as well as many of the nature-based and somatic trauma skills that Katie Asmus teaches in her trainings.

I offer clients ways to experiment with and study what is and is not working in their lives, helping to guide them toward embodiment, empowerment, attunement, and post-traumatic growth.

I believe therapy is a practice of assisted self-discovery in which clients can move toward deeper levels of awareness and beneficial change that brings them closer to feeling whole and connected—with themselves, others, and the natural world.

The therapeutic relationship itself—being in close and conscious relationship with another—is healing, creating space for you to explore new ways of interacting and being.

I love to work outside and can meet you on the trail, as well as in person or online.

Prior to being a counselor, I had a 20-year career as a journalist and communications professional, which means I have been practicing deep listening and reflecting back people’s words, thoughts, feelings, and stories for two decades.

I have also taught yoga, am pursuing a yoga therapy certification, and am a former editor of Yoga Journal magazine.

I would be honored to help you find what makes you feel grounded and connected to yourself and others. Seeking a therapist (or guide) is a self-compassionate and courageous choice, and I am here to support you along your journey.

Formal Education

  • MA, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling, Naropa University
  • MEM, Environmental Science and Policy, Yale University
  • BA, Journalism, University of Oregon

Additional Training & Experience


Let’s talk about sliding scale rates based on need.

I also facilitate counseling and coaching intensives and would love to talk about how we can customize an experience for you.

Tasha is now accepting new clients and would love to hear from you!

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Although we do not accept insurance for our therapeutic services, some insurance providers may reimburse you for a portion of out-of-network expenses. Please contact your provider and confirm your options. We offer a range of pricing and a number of sliding scale spots in an effort to make our services accessible to a wider range of people.