Alyssa Walden, M.MFT
I am passionate about seeing lives and relationships restored. I recognize the courage it takes to come to therapy and believe that transformation happens in the context of relationships when people feel heard, understood, and respected. My hope is to invite clients into a safe space where we have the opportunity to honestly confront painful and uncomfortable issues. Through a collaborative process, integrating cognitive and emotional approaches, my clients and I work to find insight and develop skills that lead to healing.
M.MFT, Lipscomb University
B.S., Social Work, University of Arkansas
As a therapist, I have worked with a diverse range of individuals and couples in both community and private practice settings.
During my master’s work, I completed a coursework track in conflict management consisting of certificate programs in civil and family mediation.
Prior to entering the field of marriage and family therapy, I worked with an outreach organization mentoring clients ages 12-22. During my social work internship experiences, I provided basic needs and counseling services for elementary school children and worked with mothers and children at a domestic violence shelter.
My clinical interests include anxiety, depression, life transitions, couple conflict, self-worth issues, trauma (EMDR trained), grief/loss, substance abuse, spirituality, and emotional distress.
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