Gilbert: (480) 590-3915
Phoenix (Biltmore): 602-975-8959
Alexa Bailey, MSW, LCSW
Alexa is an empathetic therapist who believes in a person-centered approach to therapy using unconditional positive regard. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Arizona with experience in a variety of therapy modalities including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based interventions, Gottman Method couples training, and relational counseling. She completed her Master of Social Work degree, with a focus of Direct Practice in Behavioral Health, after completing her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. Alexa strives to stay curious and on the cutting edge of research and evidence-based practice.
Using clinically tested and evidence-based interventions, Alexa provides individual, couples, and family therapy to adolescents and adults. She has had experience providing intensive therapy services in residential treatment, community-based care, and non-profit organizations, with specialized training in Multisystemic Therapy. Alexa specializes in working with a variety of needs including depression, anxiety, trauma, family and relational challenges, attachment and developmental trauma, women’s issues, identity concerns, faith crises, body and eating related issues, grief and loss, life transitions and stressors, and personal development.
Alexa provides a safe and structured atmosphere to work through problems and believes in meeting each client where they are at. She understands that each person walks their own path and is committed to helping individuals recognize and accept their intrinsic worth, and to aid in increasing confidence and fostering resilience. Each person faces the wilderness of the world and is searching for a way to walk their path in harmony with that wilderness and to grow through their experiences. Alexa is honored to be an empowering catalyst for growth as clients nurture and develop their own sense of peace and understanding through this therapeutic process.