Alexandra Bellitter holds a Master's degree in Psychology from Arizona State University. Alexandra's experiences include working with adults in crisis by helping them get connected to appropriate services and teaching personalized coping skills to help manage moods and life events and working with children diagnosed with autism to help them navigate through challenging behaviors to convey their needs. She advocates for a holistic approach to mental health believing that the mind, body, and environment all impact one another. She has aspirations to continue on to a PhD in Counseling Education and teach others about the importance of tailoring sessions and skills for every individual they meet to give them the best quality services. In her personal life, Alexandra volunteers as a foster parent to dogs from shelters and enjoys watching thrillers, baking more treats than needed, and spending time out in the sunshine. She enjoys mindfulness techniques such as meditation, stretching, and deep breathing for her own self-care habits.
I am not afraid of storms as I am learning how to sail my ship. - Amy March