An integrative approach to healing ourselves and our world: honoring people, plants, planet

Holistic Therapy for the Mind & Body

Opening to expose the beauty within.
Opening to expose the beauty within.

Holli Richey, LCSW, RH(AHG)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Registered Herbalist

Appointments available at the office 513 East Main Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408, or virtually via Doxy or Zoom.
To schedule call:  (423) 240-4578
Holli Richey, LCSW, RH(AHG) is a trauma-informed, mindfulness-based psychotherapist and clinically-trained herbalist whose toolbox includes EMDR, mindfulness meditation and coping skills, hypnosis, ecotherapy, and botanical medicine blends. Holli’s knowledge of herbal medicine combines the traditional use of herbs with current scientific research to assure quality, safety and efficacy.

Coming from a holistic perspective, Wellness Consultations focus on the health of the whole person, mind-emotions-body-spirit. Herbs, food, and simple lifestyle changes can make gentle, yet profound, shifts in a person’s health.

We begin wherever you are, with the goal being your highest and best. Through the intention of holding space for the deep work of addressing emotional, self-defeating patterns that no longer serve, clients can find the insight and inner-strength needed to heal.

Customized herbal formulas are blended by Holli Richey. Holli uses the highest quality, practitioner-grade herbs available from sources who comply with Good Manufacturing Practices set by the FDA, and have quality and safety integrity. Clients receive their herbal formula after their consult with instructions and guidelines. Holli Richey has a Masters of Science degree in Herbal Medicine from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly Tai Sophia Institute), the first accredited graduate school in the United States to offer a masters degree in herbal medicine. She has studied with internationally recognized herbalists and naturopaths who continue to use an empowering, whole-person oriented approach to support wellness.

Nature, whether our human nature, nature we experience when we’re outside, or the nature we take inside through plant medicine, is all about relationship, being present, and paying attention to what we notice.

Fiddleheads are wild foods.
What do you notice? What do you see? Pay attention. Fiddleheads of Christmas Fern, Ellicot City, MD

Lichen Heart in moss at Rock Town, GA
I lichen this mossy heart. Rock Town, GA
Dancing with the daffodils at Cylburn Arboretum, Baltimore, MD
Dancing with the daffodils at Cylburn Arboretum, Baltimore, MD


We become more beautiful as we weather with age. Driftwood, South Carolina Coast
We become more beautiful as we weather with age. Driftwood, South Carolina Coast
Be curious. Sarracenia, bog plant, Ithaca, NY

Comments on: "Holistic Therapy for the Mind & Body" (3)

  1. Holli, I wanted to buy the Japanese Knotweed for the resveratrol….produce it myself….it is very expensive in the vitamin stores….I don’t want to plant it but would like to find a source in Dallas, tx to purchase the shoots or just pick them….thanks, A.

  2. Judy Newton said:

    Enjoyed your Native Medicinal Plants course so much. Thanks for all the info.

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