Alexandra Bohlman, MA LMFTA
As a therapist, I feel honored to walk alongside others while they overcome life’s challenges and transitions. These are unprecedented times, and we are being asked to hold and deal with more than ever before. I help people through these times and utilize and highlight client skills and strengths while bringing a warm, non-judgmental approach.
Using my skills and training, I help people navigate anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship dynamics. I have a skills-based approach, particularly around communication and parenting and I am passionate about helping others navigate life transitions and relationships.
Research shows that the therapeutic relationship is one of the most effective factors to therapeutic change. My approach to therapy is humanistic, collaborative, person-centered, strengths-based, and is tailored to the individual needs of the client. I also utilize an anti-oppressive lens and take into account the individual’s identity—being aware of what they have learned from society and how those messages have shaped their perception of others, the world, and themselves.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Gonzaga University and my Master of Arts degree in Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy from Antioch University, Seattle.