Solasta Inclusive Therapy
Welcome to Solasta Inclusive Therapy. Solasta is Gaelic meaning luminous, shining or bright.
I have created a welcome space for all persons to have time and space to experience felt security and a place to be vulnerable; to find your solasta. Experienced developmental trauma (aka the experiences we live as we grow including our family of origin) affects the way we move in the world, the choices we make, the conclusions we come to and the way we interface in relationships. Developmental trauma may manifest in the body as anxiety, stress, distress, relationship difficulties, depression and more. There is healing to be found here to be understood and nourished.
Melony Burns is a licensed clinical social worker in Washington, Alaska, Oregon, California, and Montana though she resides in the beautiful Pacific North West in SW Washington with her partner and Goldendoodles. Melony has 170+ hours in attachment training and experience. Melony has completed Training on Adoption Competency (TAC) through the CASE foundation to include over 200hrs on foster and adoption care. Melony understands broken attachments and subsequent healing; she enjoys working within somatic experiencing, narrative therapy and is Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) Level I trained.
Melony has training and experience working with LGBTQ+ persons and supporting folx in exploring sexuality, transitions and relationships. She works with singles, couples, non-monogamous consensual relationships and families.
She enjoys supporting folx in their journey in authenticity.
Solasta means to support you in healing and in life.