Licensed Professional Counselor, Lead Therapist
Winter Groeschl is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is passionate in providing a weight neutral, inclusive approach in working with individuals of all ages. Winter is competent in providing care and support for those facing eating disorders, addiction, codependency, depression, anxiety, trauma, and more. She uses an integration of modalities and inclusive approaches with her clients, pulling from CBT, DBT, and Client Centered modalities. Her vision is to assist each client in exploring their true self while connecting to their immense capacity for growth, a restored sense of self, and a consistent feeling of empowerment in all that they do.
Winter has experience working at all levels of care within the mental health system. After graduating from Arizona State University (ASU) with a Masters in Counseling, Winter began working with adolescents with cognitive processing disorders, learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and behavioral issues. In 2019 she took on the role of Lead Therapist for The Adolescent Program at Rosewood Center for Eating Disorders. Her focus was on supporting clients and their families in navigating freedom from a life impacted by anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, ARFID, and other unspecified eating disorders. She began monthly support groups for families of adolescents in the IOP program to provide education and practical skills on how to support their loved ones.
Winter is an advocate for members of the LGBTQ+ community and is passionate in providing an affirming and safe space for all individuals. She is available to speak about eating disorders and body image issues within school systems and throughout the community to increase prevention and education for our youth. Winter has lobbied with other like minded providers in Washington DC to fight for increased coverage and access to quality treatment for eating disorders. She is thrilled to assist you on this journey!
Initial Assessment: $175 | 50 Min Psychotherapy Session: $150
Get To Know Winter
- This will be scary and hard, so please be gentle with yourself in this process while staying open minded and curious.
- Trust yourself, speak your truth, and ask all the questions.
- Let your supports know about your process on YOUR terms
Please be gentle with yourself. What you are experiencing is not “abnormal” or “wrong”. You aren’t broken…Stay open minded…Stay curious….You have a huge heart with big emotions and just because no one has taught you that those were ok, they very much are. Lean into the discomfort. You don’t have to numb. ❤️
- Things will get more challenging before the sunshine, it’s very normal
- Healing is not linear- there is no “fix” because your loved one is not “broken”
- You may need to navigate how you communicate with your loved one differently- stay open minded, curious, and lean in to an alternative approach.
My own person journey and using pain to find purpose and meaning
I always always said from age 11 and up, I wanted to be the “next Oprah.” Haha
A nanny 🙂
Mmmmm probably a teacher 🙂
Black center with purple sparkly outer ring 😉
Upper Cut Queen
There are 3….
- My Recovery
- My Family
- My Supports
Boxing! Hiking. Nature. The outdoors. That is where I find I can both let it all go and tap into that energy
I can’t choose just one so my top picks are:
- My friend Bryce who overdosed in 2016
- Glennon Doyle
- Brene Brown
- My grandfather who passed prior to me coming into this work
Watching people blossom into their true authentic selves by just practicing being open in sessions or groups. It gives me goosebumps every time!
It’s what keeps me going; no matter the hard or draining days, it gives me a sense of connection outside of myself. I care more about my clients winning in life than they do at times and I am forever grateful to hold that space for them. I believe so fully in everyone’s ability to change and heal regardless of circumstance.
My recovery. Period ❤️
Convenient and secure in the comfort of home or whatever private location you like. HIPAA compliant virtual counseling sessions.
In person appointments are available at our North Scottsdale office located at 8700 E. Vista Bonita Dr. Suite 202. (Pinnacle Peak & Pima)