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About Whole Health Counseling

Whole Health Counseling is a team of therapists that care about you.  Founded by Traci Freeman, it's her vision of a counseling center that focuses on the whole person - mind, body, career and relationships.  All parts of you are welcome.

Whether you have been in therapy before or this is your first time, you are welcome to be your authentic self. Our approach is warm and compassionate, humanistic,  body-oriented, somatic, emotionally focused and relational.

We offer telehealth and in person therapy, as long as you are a California resident.

Contact us today to be matched with a therapist that's the right fit for you. It only takes a few minutes.

Our main office has a beautiful indoor and outdoor space, both available for therapy.



Traci Freeman, Founder

Traci Freeman (she/her)

Founder and LMFT, 122329

Since Traci changed careers in 2015, she has always wanted her own counseling center. She brings all of herself into this work - the entrepreneur, business woman, mother, instructor and therapist, in the hopes that her talented team of therapists have a meaningful impact on people's lives. She created the couples workshop based on her years of couples therapy and trainings.

Traci is skilled to work with adult individuals that come to therapy for depression, relationship issues (romantic and/or family), life transitions, substance abuse, trauma, sexuality, sexual disorders, communication, marriage, raising children, rumination, low self esteem and other life challenges.


She loves baseball and plays on a co-ed softball team, enjoys traveling, photography, hiking, live music, cycling and being active. 

She is a graduate of the University of Texas, Dallas and California Institute of Integral Studies. Her undergraduate and graduate degree are in psychology. She is on the board of the San Francisco California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and has completed half her hours to become a certified sex therapist. She has also studied couples and trauma work in depth.


Iain Jasko (he/they)

Associate Marriage & Family Therapist 143520, APCC 15330

Iain specializes in working with the LGBTQIA+ community, and has a particular passion for supporting transgender and GNC adolescents and young adults. As a trans clinician, Iain brings a first-hand understanding of the nuances of navigating identity exploration, allowing him to offer empathetic and affirming support to a diverse array of individuals.


He also provides neurodiversity-affirming therapy to teens and adults, and works with his clients to develop neurodivergent-friendly skills and strategies. He is skilled at supporting both his queer and neurodivergent clients in processing the grief that often arises when they begin to recognize that they have been operating in a world that doesn’t always accommodate their unique ways of being.


In the therapy room, Iain supports his clients through a relational lens and places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship as a catalyst for change. He understands that past relational experiences often shape current patterns of behavior and emotional responses– and he focuses on creating a safe and supportive environment where clients can explore their innermost thoughts and feelings. He also supports folks in “zooming out” to deconstruct societal messages and systemic barriers that may be contributing to their presenting concerns to empower his clients while decreasing shame.


Iain has always had a desire to connect with others in deep, meaningful ways while bearing witness to their stories; which is ultimately what led him to this work.

He graduated with his M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in 2023. In his spare time, Iain enjoys spending time and being active in nature, music, playing video games, and spending time with his 2-year old dog, Xion. 

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Ashley Macy   (she/her)

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, 136433

Ashley received her Masters of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology and has worked in the mental health field as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor
since 2022.


Ashley has a breadth of knowledge and experience supporting youth and adult clients struggling with activation, dysregulation, rumination, overwhelm, lethargy, low motivation, a sense of stuckness, relational dynamics, communication challenges, obstacles impeding and affecting transitions and change disconnection, dissociation, detachment, and trauma.


In her practice, she wholeheartedly invites and embraces curious reflection and collaborative experimentation. Through attuning to your goals and needs in therapy, she hopes to elicit a sense of grounding and balance, as well as humility, levity and ease. Her approach is relational, experiential, and client-centered.

Ashley has experience and training in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CBT and DBT. respectively), nonviolent communication and parts work modalities.


Ashley works with clients to provide trauma informed, culturally conscious, client centered, adaptive, holistic, and integrative interventions and offerings. 

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