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Meet Abby Smith, tLMHC


Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Iowa

Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, Minnesota State University


Eating Disorders, Sports Performance Anxiety, Athletic Performance in context of Eating Disorders, Coping with a Sports Medicine Injury, Relationship and Marital Counseling,

Stress, Body Dysmorphia, Unhealthy Relationship with Food, Perinatal-Postnatal Mental Health


Abby (she/her) is a mental health counselor based in our Coralville office who works with clients experiencing a variety of mental health concerns. Abby welcomes individuals ranging from 15 years of age into adulthood struggling with sports

performance anxiety, eating disorders, relational issues, anxiety, depression, and more. Abby has a special interest working with athletes at the high-school, collegiate, and professional level.


Abby has clinical experience working directly with eating disorder patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She has found it impactful helping individuals achieve freedom from food and regaining control over their lives. She is passionate about seeing an alternative to “dieting” and is actively finding ways to change societies diet culture stigmas. Abby encourages body acceptance rather than body change.


Additionally, Abby has experience working with families and couples who are navigating communication issues, significant life events, trauma, and emotional distance. She finds it important to investigate the family/relational dynamic by breaking down unhealthy family patterns passed down generationally.


Above all, Abby’s main goal for her client’s counseling experience is to provide the most holistic treatment possible. She believes that evaluation of all aspects of health makes a profound difference in the lives of individuals and families. Abby is ready to meet individuals where they are at and places focus on the “here and now” to listen and guide clients towards an overall healthier life-style.

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