Still Waters Psychology

It’s Never Too Late to Change Your Story

At Still Waters Psychology, we are committed to supporting our clients as they embrace life’s challenges. With acceptance and compassion, we create a trusting relationship with each client to discover what is keeping them stuck and to teach them skills to move through them and reach their full potential.

Help with…

• Anxiety
• Depression
• Self-worth
• Relationships
• Parenting
• Emotional regulation
• Executive functioning


Do you find yourself repeating the same mistakes even though you know you want to do better?

Do you get angry with your partner or children and immediately regret it?

Do you shut down and hold everything in but never feel like anyone cares or understands you?

If so, your body may be responding to pain from your past. Even when you aren’t aware or you think you have moved on, your body remembers. No matter how hard you try, your nervous system is automatically triggered and it’s difficult to think your way through it. At Still Waters Psychology we offer specific strategies to help your body heal from your painful past.


Do you have trouble making yourself a priority in your life or find it difficult to communicate what you are feeling?

Do you believe your value is in what you give to others, what you achieve, or being a good person?

If so, your mind may have constructed unhealthy stories that are making life difficult for you. These stories develop as our mind tries to make sense of and understand ourselves, others and the world. Therapy can help you uncover these stories and learn how to develop healthier stories to help you reach your full potential.


Are you tired of working hard to change your life and not seeing the results you are looking for?

Have you tried medications and therapy before, but you wonder if things will ever get better?

We offer therapies that can restore your hope in a future you can be proud of. Change is possible and you can feel happy again.

I am Ashley Shaw, founder of Still Waters Psychology.

I became a Registered Psychologist as I was raising my own family with a desire to build strong families and resilient kids. Through my own experiences raising kids with mental health and learning challenges, it became important to me that families, parents and children have the resources and support they need to succeed in life.