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Alexandra K.

Alexandra K.


Alex is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor at Woodland Centers. She has experience working with adults and couples presenting with wide ranging mental health and substance use concerns in various settings.

Alex has specialized training in trauma-informed care and has served as a training facilitator. She has also completed facilitator training for SMART Recovery, a cognitive based substance use support group. Alex has utilized the Integrated Treatment for Co-occurring Disorder (ITCD) model from SAMSHA in several positions to ensure integrative, person-centered therapeutic collaboration with clients.

She has worked with individuals during inpatient hospitalization, residential treatment and in crisis settings. Alex has led both mental health and substance use focused outpatient partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs. Alex has also worked therapeutically with individuals accessing community mental health services and unhoused individuals. She has managed several mental health-based programs, including a VA-funded program for unhoused veterans, state- and county-funded services for individuals on probation, and individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

In addition to completing diagnostic intake evaluations at Woodland Centers, Alex continues to work with individuals in private practice in Missouri using a self-defined trauma-informed eclectic therapy model integrating the Stress-Diathesis model, Rational Emotive Behavioral therapy (REBT) techniques, and existential therapy.

Alex serves as a clinical supervisor for individuals in the process of obtaining their post-graduate state licensure to practice counseling and has proctored practicums/internships for counseling, social work and psychiatric APRN students. Alex has volunteered at local LGBTQIA+ agencies, domestic violence shelters and the low-cost urban health clinic.

Alex obtained a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of Missouri in Kansas City, MO in 2011. She attended the graduate School of Education at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, MO to obtain a Master’s in Counseling and Guidance, Emphasis on Mental Health in 2013.

In her free time, she and her husband are rabid Detroit Red Wings fans, much to the dismay of their three rescued terriers. She loves to cook and bake, continuously attempts to maintain an indoor herb garden, and curates an unwieldy board game collection.

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