Alexandria Wolfe-Grady, “Ali,” received her Master’s of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University of Santa Barbara. She also holds a Bachelor’s of Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Psychology and Child Development from Antioch University, Santa Barbara. She is experienced in working with individuals, families, and groups in community mental health and school settings, with a primary interest in children and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal relationships. She is skilled in trauma-informed and narrative therapy for youth impacted by early childhood trauma.
Ali’s approach is eclectic and she pulls from multiple clinical approaches including Attachment Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy. She strives to create a therapeutic relationship that is caring, empathetic, and non-judgmental and where teens feel respected and free to be themselves. Ali encourages each youth to explore their individual uniqueness, natural resiliency, and strengths. She is an avid athlete who loves walking her dog on the beach and spending time with friends and family.