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Olivia is a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate (LSWAIC) who specializes in working with adults and adolescents, with immediate openings. Her therapeutic style is a blend of compassion, empathy, and candor. Olivia is passionate about fostering a strong and trusting therapeutic relationship with all of her clients. She believes that you are the expert on yourself and your life, and that her role is to utilize her education and experience to collaborate with you in your healing process. Her goal is to understand and honor your needs, and utilize a combination of modalities to best serve you. Olivia's priority is to provide a trauma-informed approach and is passionate about working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, interpersonal conflict, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

"I look forward to helping you navigate the ups and downs you may experience in your life. I welcome clients of all cultures and identities, and believe your identity is an integral part of your story. Everyone deserves the opportunity to connect with a professional to better their mental health and wellbeing. Reach out today to see if I am the right match." - Olivia Lauzon

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Alyssa is a Certified Trauma Support Specialist (CTSS) through Trauma Institute International and a Masters of Social Work student at Walden University completing her internship with us to enhance her knowledge and experience with clinical fieldwork. Alyssa also has her Bachelor of Arts in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior from University of Washington. Alyssa's passion for suicide prevention, trauma survivors, the LGBTQiA+ community and equitable mental health care are what has driven her desire to become a licensed clinical social worker. Drawing from a holistic perspective, she integrate's various therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), empowerment and strengths-based approaches.

"As an empathetic and dedicated Master of Social Work student intern with a passion for promoting mental and emotional well-being, my journey to the field of social work has been fueled by a genuine desire to provide non-judgemental support, a safe space, and meaningful insights to those seeking validation, advocacy, and healing." - Alyssa Campbell

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