AudrieAna Gardner, MSW, LISW-S





A dynamic leader in the field of emotional wellness for over 10 years, AudrieAna is the Founder and Director of Learn2Thrive and is currently in the process of launching Thrive Institute. AudrieAna’s passion and determination to make best practices in learning, growing, healing, and thriving available to all have led to building a strong team of clinicians and coaches. AudrieAna spends her professional time building and strengthening these wellness organizations, providing therapy and coaching to individuals and couples, and leading her carefully curated team. AudrieAna is a lifelong learner who has dedicated herself to thousands of training hours to provide her clients and her team with the best equipping and holistic care available. As a seasoned therapist she also maintains her own direct practice. She carries a natural warmth, compassion, and sense of humor that creates a safe space for clients to navigate through difficult circumstances and emotional complexities.

“I am honored to come along side you in your emotional wellness journey. My specialties include therapy and coaching in the following: relationships, trauma, attachment, couples, parenting, developing emotionally healthy leaders, clinical supervision, and executive life coaching. I facilitate intensive weekend workshops where individuals experience lasting inner healing in a short amount of time and fully understand how their past is impacting their present. I have received extensive training and education as a health coach and enneagram consultant.”

“On a personal note, I have been married for 30 years and have three adult sons and a daughter-in-law. My family is of the utmost importance to me, and I value the lessons I have learned through both my successes and failures in marriage and parenting. My interests include faith and spirituality, fitness and sports, music and the arts, travel, and calculated adventure! I especially enjoy sharing good times, good “foodie” cuisine, and laughter with family and friends.”