Client Support Specialist



Alexis is a Client Support Specialist.

Alexis received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and French from Seattle University. During her undergraduate study, she completed research on the effects of gender identities on close personal friendships and satisfaction with life. This research was informing of the undergraduate population at Seattle University and contributed to the greater body of research on college-level student populations.

While attending Seattle University, Alexis also began volunteering with the Crisis Line, an emotional support line for people experiencing acute crisis. She is trained in crisis intervention techniques that cover a large range of experiences, including grief and loss, sexual assault, substance abuse, and suicide intervention. She has worked with many local populations during her time volunteering with the Crisis Line and is passionate about promoting community mental health services. Her time as a Crisis Line phone worker solidified her interest in pursuing a future in clinical psychology, with a focus in care for victims of trauma and assault.

During her free time, Alexis enjoys playing Animal Crossing, visiting cat cafes, and spending evenings outside.