Alexis is a Marriage and Family Therapist; she has practicing for nearly ten years. She works with individuals and their families to help instill hope, build empowerment, and support personal growth. 

Alexis serves as the Coordinator for ASIST (Advanced Supervision and Intervention Support Team), a program which coordinates mental health and substance abuse treatment with clients involved in the criminal justice system. She has several years’ experience collaborating with attorneys and courts to reduce recidivism and empower clients. In addition, she leads a weekly male Relapse Prevention group, which offers support and psycho-education to clients who are actively maintaining sobriety.

Alexis’ specializations include: working with adolescent and adult clients experiencing symptoms of mental health, substance abuse, trauma, grief/loss, life stressors, life transitions, and impulse-control disorders. She is flexible and dynamic in her treatment modalities, and draws from a variety of models in order to best fit the need of the clients, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused, Strength-Based, Multicultural, and Relational therapies.

Alexis takes a relaxed, authentic, empathic, and supportive approach to therapy. This allows her clients to share their experiences in an unrestricted and accepting environment.  

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Alexis has a passion for focusing on working with individuals and their families in order to restore harmony within the family system and beyond.