Alexandria Zachariades M.A. L.M.H.C.A.
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Seeing whole communities where families are healthy and happy regardless of economic status drives me to work as a community clinician. An extensive background in inpatient psychiatry and outpatient youth advocacy in the Denver Metro Area has helped me to gain deep knowledge in equity work. Over the course of my time with Denver Health, Youth Advocate Partners and Mental Health Partners; I have gained a specialty in at-risk, complex needs and gifted adolescents, teens and emerging adults. Taking a whole system approach through a mindfulness based transpersonal lens, I believe, helps to facilitate a deeper awareness of self and self-compassion to aid in the healing process.
Education: Graduated CSU Fresno with a BA in Psychology in 2012 and completed Masters in Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Psychotherapy – Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May of 2019 from Naropa University.