Alexis promotes the individuality of clients by utilizing strengths-based and client-centered approaches to care, while also maintaining a collaborative relationship with clients. Her practice is highly informed by theories of Black Feminism and Womanism.
Alexis strives to create an environment for clients that promotes healing for those with histories of trauma. She has specialized experience in working with LGBTQ people of color, people experiencing homelessness, as well as people dealing with intimate partner violence, depression, anxiety, childhood trauma, and identity formation.
Education and Training
MSW • University of Pennsylvania
BA • Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies • Georgia State University
Areas of Specialization
Gender, sexuality, race, racism, childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, intimate partner violence, homelessness, late adolescence, identity formation