James Trone, lpc-MHSP, CSAT
James works with individuals that want to focus on personal growth and development and understand more of themselves. He also specializes and works with trauma / grief and with individuals and couples suffering from sexual addiction and affairs. His mission is to help others find and regain their whole self so that they can live fully from that which overflows.
James believes we all have a story and that each story matters. Whether you are coming in crisis or for personal growth, he can help you navigate through your story. James believes we are made to be seen and known in a way that brings forth life, not shame.
For more information on James and his practice (Click Here) for his personal website.
Lea voigt, LPC-MHSP (temp), CSAT-Candidate
Lea specializes and works primarily through the lens of attachment theory. Her main specialties are around trauma, anxiety, and addiction (sex, porn, & love addiction, sexual shame & trauma, and other intimacy struggles). Lea has extensive experience around relational conflict as well as with working with trauma and those affected by Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Lea's mission is to help each client find their true self and voice and to understand that so many of our negative storylines and scripts are just programming we have picked up throughout our lives.
For more information on Lea (Click Here) for her personal website.
History of Peloton Counseling
Lea and James met back in January 2018 and realized they had much of the same vision of what a counseling practice should look like. Both had worked in the corporate environment for nearly a decade; Lea having worked in various finance roles in Higher Education and James leaving a career with CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield. In becoming friends, they found that while they shared a similar path for finding and following true self, they also shared a similar path for making sense of the pain in their stories, coming to understand that pain is the thing that actually transforms us to step into our whole self.
Peloton Counseling launched in the Spring of 2018 with the idea to help others heal from relational betrayal and abuse. The vision for Peloton Counseling is to allow a space for one to discover a deeper and truer sense of who they are and of who they were made to be, both as an individual and as a partner.