About Us

Cadey Phipps, LMFT

Licensed Therapist + AAMFT Approved Supervisor,

Founder & Clinical Director

I’m Cadey and my pronouns are she/her. As a therapist, I find it important to first show up as a human. I aim to meet others where they are and allow for the parts of me that have personally experienced healing, heartbreak, love, grief, joy, trauma, and loss to sit beside me as I work with you. I love that my job allows me to connect to other, real humans with compassion and curiosity. When I’m not working, you can find me spending time with my partner, our rainbow/IVF baby girl, our cats and a rotation of foster kittens and pups; reading; creating music; or eating at a new restaurant. I love finding new ways to move my body in a fun and enjoyable way, and am HAES aligned and IE informed. I am passionate about helping humans connect to their inner wisdom in order to connect fully with others. I’m here to listen without judgement and help you find healing, peace, and acceptance in order to live your most authentic life. I am so excited to work with you, wherever you are in your life journey!

Payton Lindner, MMFT

Identity Doula + Healing Practitioner,

Partner + Director of Office Operations

Yo! I’m Payton, I’m an openly queer + nonbinary human and my pronoun are they/she! Of the many things that I love, my two very large puppies, expressive art, my wonderful partner, and exploring nature are at the top of that list. I have burning passions for advocacy, authenticity, creativity, inclusivity, and breaking all of the norms. (Lucky for us, this – in my opinion – is the perfect combination for constructing a beautifully customized path towards your growth and healing!) My philosophy as an Identity Doula + Healing Practitioner takes into consideration that every human and every situation is different, thus unique tools and approaches are required for unique people and things. Sessions with me will go beyond standard talk therapy, as it is my personal and professional opinion that humans often heal with art, movement, visuals, embodiment, activities, and music better than they do with standard talk therapy alone. Who or whatever you are, you are welcome. I’m stoked you’re here.

Shelby Logsdon, LMFT

Licensed Therapist

Welcome!  My name is Shelby and my pronouns are she/her. Originally from California, I came to Tennessee by way of Washington, DC many years ago. When I’m not in my therapy office, you can find me managing life’s follies with my partner, hanging out with my 3 kids, and wrangling a myriad of felines and our German Shepherd, Spike. I love to read and am always learning. I also enjoy seeing live music and exploring new places. I stay active through yoga, hiking, running, and paddleboarding as often as I can. I am passionate about helping people on their healing journey and I am honored to be considered a part of yours.

Lacey Raley, LMFT

Licensed Therapist

I’m Lacey! (she/her) I am deeply passionate about helping you work toward autonomy in your life, which is a fancy way of saying that you deserve to intuitively define what you want for yourself and your life. I believe we are complex humans who deserve complex and complete healing, but that looks different for everyone; I am also a complex human, and I bring my authentic self into all of my work. I have no desire to be some sort of therapist robot who feels disconnected and one-dimensional. Outside of the therapy room, you can find me spending time with my partner (when he isn’t on the road – hi music industry fam) along with our pup, Theo the Weimaraner. I also love baking autoimmune-friendly desserts (hi chronic illness fam), getting creative with creative projects, biking, finding new ways to move my body, and finding beauty in the small stuff. I am HAES aligned and IE informed, and I work from an intersectional, creative, and somatic healing perspective.

Shari Anderson, MMFT

Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy

Hey there! I’m Shari, and my pronouns are she/her. I made the move from the Windy City (Chicago) to Music City in 2021 to attend Lipscomb University’s Marriage and Family Therapy program. When I’m not in therapist mode, I enjoy cooking, traveling, finding new restaurants to try, concerts, reading, karaoke, and a good Netflix binge! I also love spending time with family, friends and my schnauzer/terrier mix, Onyx. As a therapist, I strive to provide a space where you can be seen, heard, honored, and supported in your growth, no matter what that looks like for you. I work collaboratively with you, showing up as a cheerleader when you need motivation, a coach when you need tough love or a nudge to step outside of your comfort zone, and a teacher when you are seeking to understand your patterns and cycles. I’m so glad you’re here and I look forward to working with you as you aspire to make choices that honor you and allow you to flourish in life.

Sarah Gray, MMFT

Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy

Hello! I’m Sarah, and my pronouns are she/her. As a therapist, I love helping clients answer big life questions about their identities, values, and the stories that have shaped them. Our culture likes to encourage black-and-white thinking, but the beauty of our complex selves is that multiple things can be true at once. You can long to be a parent and still be terrified of this big change. You can have experienced harm from your church and still yearn for comfort in something bigger than yourself. Your relational trauma may continue to cause painful feelings, and yet you bravely continue seeking connection with others. In our therapeutic work together, we will link arms and explore these many parts of you as we allow all of these truths to be present at once, taking what fits for you and your well-being, while leaving behind what no longer serves you.

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