Aspen Kling, AMFT

AMFT #135500

Aspen Kling is passionate about supporting clients in their journey of self-discovery and healing, while also helping clients achieve a deep sense of self-compassion and unconditional acceptance along the way. Aspen's deepest desire is to walk alongside others in order to empower them to have compassion for the wounded parts of their being.

Areas of focus:

  • Men's issues
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma/abuse
  • Identity issues

About me

My deepest desire as a therapist is to walk alongside others, to step into their shoes and to empower them to have compassion for the wounded parts of their being. I am passionate about guiding others to feel what emotions must be felt, even when it is hard. I want to offer my clients a new path of learning, a real sense that they do not need to run or hide from themselves but that they are capable of experiencing uncomfortable emotions. It's in experiencing the full spectrum of their emotions that they are able to allow peace, rest, and acceptance to permeate the deepest parts of their souls.

I love being with my patients on their journey of self-acceptance. I have worked with people from a variety of backgrounds and a broad range of issues including; identity issues, addiction recovery, relationship struggles, trauma, narcissistic abuse and grief/loss. I'm also trained in Prepare & Enrich—a premarital and marriage assessment tool—which I have found to be very helpful for couples to deepen their relationship and understanding of one another.

I'd love the opportunity to hear from you over a free phone consultation to see if we might be a good fit.

Supervised by Kevin Cram, LMFT #113083.

Areas of focus:





Identity Issues

Sexual Addiction

Relationship Conflict/Couples Therapy

Religious Trauma


Works with:





M.S. Counseling Psychology, California Baptist University


(916) 836-5341

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