Two Dried Leaves

Our Story

Licensed Professionals Here to Guide You

Found Space Counseling was founded in 2020 by Alison Price, LPCC-S and Cali Fuller, LPC during the COVID-19 pandemic with a mission to fill the gap in resources for those that provide care and support for others. From mental health providers to nurses to teachers or even parents struggling to raise a family, our goal is to help navigate a changing self and changing world. With the most recent addition of Katie Suguitan, MA, LPCC, we continue to be a practice that provides whole-person and whole-family care through all of life's ups and downs.

Help from a professional Mental Health Service Provider can make things better. We care about your well-being and strive to provide all the tools you need in order to find space.


Alison Price, MA, LPCC-S

A Bit About Me

Well, hello there! When I was young, I told everyone I was going to be a 'teacher-doctor'. Nothing sums me up better as a therapist than 'teacher-doctor' showing fusion of neuroscience and evidence-based treatment blended with my love for meeting people where they are on their life path. There is truly nothing more satisfying than witnessing a person find their own space, personal truth, and the increased quality of living that follows.

My therapy is focused on diligently creating the perfect, individualized clinical plan. At this time, I enjoy helping the helpers including therapists, medical professionals, parents to children in all life stages, teachers, and other folx in service-based positions. Since 2012, I have worked in a variety of settings (residential, school-based, outpatient community centers) and have developed a love for behavioral and solution-focused methods including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). These modalities work well with managing crisis, trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, substance use concerns, and personality disorders.​

I look forward to taking my expertise from an abundance of spaces and meeting you in yours.


Cali Fuller, MA, LPC

Get to Know Me

It’s so great to meet you,  and thank you for exploring the option of therapy. I have a Cincinnati background, attending the University of Cincinnati for my undergraduate psychology degree, and also Xavier University for my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. My knowledge was developed through a diverse background of both research and clinical work; I have experience leading a team and conducting research with the University of Cincinnati Children’s Cognitive Research Lab and iSpace, as well as serving children and families impacted by addiction and trauma. Additionally,I have practiced in both office and school based settings, providing individual therapy to children, adolescents, and families experiencing various symptoms, including those related to: depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, and ADHD.

I believe children have strong voices, and that by offering a therapeutic space where this voice is acknowledged, accepted, and cared for, the child and family unit will find their own space for positive growth and change. While I specialize in work with children and adolescents, you will be welcomed, supported, and honored no matter your  age or stage of life. I’m here  to create a space where children, teens, and adult voices are heard to meet the needs of the individual, and of the family unit. I honor that you are the expert of yourself, and I value an honest, genuine, and safe therapeutic relationship, above all else. I am excited to work alongside you.


Katie Suguitan, MA, LPCC

About Me

Welcome! I’m glad you’re here. As a therapist, I believe that each individual and family are more than a single story, and are capable of growth and resilience. I am here to create a space for empathy and reflection, as well as education and skill-building, where you can envision and create the changes you are seeking. 

I use evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, and incorporate person-centered, trauma-informed care in my work with adolescents and adults. These therapeutic frameworks typically work well for people experiencing anxiety, depression, childhood trauma, and other life changes or stressors. My approach to therapy is also informed by my previous experience working in a variety of settings, including in schools, in the foster care system, and with adults experiencing homelessness. 

Wherever you are coming from, I value meeting you where you are and accompanying you as you navigate what comes next. I look forward to talking with you about how therapy can be part of your journey.