Alison Inhelder – MA
Alison has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families from various backgrounds. In Alison’s experience, an individual’s mental health has an impact on the entire family, and she believes working systemically with families can bring about significant change.
Alison utilizes an integrative approach, and finds it important to shape therapeutic interventions to fit the needs of each client or family. Alison enjoys working within the frameworks of Family Systems Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Interpersonal Neurobiology to explore emotion and relationships, and how these aspects of a person’s experience intersect.
Alison’s approach is strengths-based, empathic, and genuine. She honors clients’ circumstances, and approaches well-being from a standpoint of empowerment. Alison’s therapy is characterized by her efforts to join with clients, view people in the context of their backgrounds, and treat people respectfully as human beings, not as the sum of their symptoms.
- M.A. - University of St. Thomas
- B.S. - University of St. Thomas
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