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Hummingbird Therapy Mission

The mission of Hummingbird Therapy is to join alongside with clients on their journey to feeling more connected in all areas of life including physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational wellness and to provide a safe place to work toward hope and healing in challenging times and through all of life's many transitions, pains, and stressors.

Why Hummingbird?

Hummingbirds have many different meanings throughout cultures and traditions. They are symbols of hope, healing, and renewal. These bright birds are known for facing adversity in extreme climates and adapting to high altitudes to bring beauty and life to hard-to-reach places. Many traditions point to the hummingbird as a guide during times of change and transition. In life, we face many changes and seasons of uncertainty and adjusting can be challenging and sometimes discouraging. Sometimes these transitions are positive and are chosen by us, and other times are unexpected and out of our control. In either circumstance, we all need guidance and encouragement during these times to support us as we learn and grow in our ability to adapt and cope.

 

 

“Hummingbird shows us how to revisit the past for the purpose of releasing it instead of being caught in a permanently backward flight pattern. It also helps us to see that if we step aside, we may see our life differently. Hummingbird teaches us to transcend time. To recognize that what has happened in the past and what might happen in the future is not nearly as important as what we are experiencing right now. It teaches us to hover in the moment, to appreciate its sweetness.” -Constance Barrett Sohodski

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Meet K.C. Wolfe

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

I always knew that I wanted to help people in my career (a typical answer for most people in helping professions!), and in my formative years experiencing brokenness and disconnection in my own family lead me to think “there has to be a better way to do this.” I started diving into everything I could about how to have healthy relationships and I was always interested in psychology and mental health which ultimately led me into pursuing Marriage and Family Therapy. I want to take what I’ve learned and share it with others so that they can build strong, healthy, and meaningful lives and relationships.

I wholeheartedly believe that the health of our relationships determines how healthy we are as individuals and that healthy families are the foundation of a healthy society. When we experience security and connectedness in our relationships, we are better able to cope with the stresses of life, we feel more confident and have better self-esteem, we are more empathetic and caring towards others, and we actually experience physical health benefits like a strengthened immune system. We weren’t meant to do this life alone. That is why I strive to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for you to work through whatever troubles are present in your life in the context of a therapeutic relationship and a place to build upon healthy relationships with others in your life.

 

K.C. Wolfe is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Lee University and has been practicing as a therapist in the state of Tennessee since 2014. K.C.’s approach to therapy is person-centered, strengths-based, and collaborative. She tailors sessions to fit the needs of the individual and often uses techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and mindfulness based practices. K.C. is also Prepare/Enrich certified. She is passionate about helping people identify their deepest values and live in a way that upholds them, supporting them in seasons of change and growth, and helping them to build and foster healthy relationships.

K.C. Wolfe, LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Tennessee therapist
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