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Parenting Coach, Social Worker, Trainer, Wellness Coach

About Alexandria Fields

Alyx Fields is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and obtained her Bachelors’ degree from the University of Cincinnati and her Master’s degree from the University of Kentucky. Alyx is the director of the DBT® Center at Compass Point and operates as co-clinical director for the practice, as well as fulfulling a role as an individual therapist.

Alyx is trained in infant mental health, Play Therapy, Exposure Therapy (especially successful in treating phobias), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT®), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  She has extensive training in cultural diversity and working as an ally with diverse genders and sexualities.  She enjoys reading recently published articles to stay abreast of new treatment techniques and issues facing people today. Alyx has worked in several settings including home based therapy, private practice, school based therapy, group therapy and in community mental health centers. She treats clients of all ages at the Anderson office and her areas of clinical interest include attachment disorders, parent/child bonding, infant mental health, behavioral problems, grief and loss, body image issues and body dysmorphia, parent/teen communication, and childhood depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder and working with victims of trauma. 

Alyx has a client centered and strength based theoretical orientation, meaning when you work with her, she will help you identify and reach goals that are important to you while capitalizing on your strengths. She seeks to empower clients to make the changes in their lives with habits they identify as problematic. Alyx has a holistic view on treatment and feels that all family members should take part in the treatment of the identified client in order to help the client’s family system to be healthier as a whole.

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