Residential Clinical Director
Winter Groeschl (she/her/they/them) is a Licensed Professional Counselor, competent in providing care and support for those facing eating disorders, substance use, depression, anxiety, trauma, and more. She uses an integration of modalities and inclusive approaches with her clients, pulling from ACT, mindfulness-based approaches, DBT/CBT, polyvagal theory, 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 at Aurora Behavioral Health.
In 2019, she took on the role of Lead Therapist supporting the adolescent program at Rosewood Center for Eating Disorders. Her focus was connecting with 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 deeply passionate about providing a weight neutral, inclusive approach in working with diverse individuals of all ages, gender representations, and backgrounds.
Most recently, Winter had the pleasure of supporting clients outpatient at Sinnergy Wellness Group.
Winter is an advocate for members of the LGBTQ+ community and is passionate in providing an affirming and safe space for all individuals. Creating space for you to explore your version of healing is her priority. I am thrilled to assist you on this journey!