Ingrid Middleton is a licensed clinical social worker, yoga instructor, massage therapist, author and anthropologist with 15 years of treating individuals, couples and families strugglIng with eating disorders, trauma, stress, PTSD, anxiety and depression. She graduated from Washington University with her Master’s in social work, Webster University with a Master’s in art and University of Utah with a Master’s in anthropology. She taught somatic integration across the United States after her book, The Secret of Healing by Touch (Austin Macaulay, NY), came out in March of 2020 and uses family structural frameworks and self expression to help clients learn how to be in their bodies and minds and accept the never ending process of growth and change.
Ingrid is passionate about helping teens and their families and tailors each session to cultivate and listen to the unique needs of each client.
•Weber State University Bachelor’s degree in social work 1992 BSW
•Washington University Master’s degree in social work 1994 MSW
- Teen Depression
- Teen Anxiety
- Eating Disorders
- Somatic Integration Focus
- Attachment Based Therapy
- Trauma Informed Yoga
- Mindfulness Meditation Practices
- Nature Based Therapy
- Grief and loss
- Life span therapy
- Attachment Difficulties
Ingrid works with clients of all ages, from children to geriatric.
In her free time, Ingrid enjoys hiking with her dog Boone, yoga, nature and training psychiatric service dogs.