Alexandria Ambrose - Psy.D.
- Offers sessions only online
Alexandria believes you are the expert of your own life but that healing can be nearly impossible to do on your own.
Hi! I am Dr. Alexandria Ambrose, licensed psychologist in Colorado and credentialed in the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford in 2019. I have had clinical experiences in residential school, inpatient hospital, forensic inpatient, intensive outpatient, and university counseling center settings.
My most meaningful experiences include working with those coping with chronic medical illness, relational trauma, grief and loss, disordered eating patterns, and major life transitions. Additionally, I work with couples at any stage in their relationship to focus on relationship concerns, communication, and attachment issues. I provide gender and LGBTQ+ affirming services throughout my practice. I’m a firm believer that not one size fits all, so I work collaboratively with you to cope and heal from these stressors. I approach this work genuinely and compassionately. I believe you are the expert of your own life but that healing can be nearly impossible to do on your own.
In our work, we will reflect on systems that perpetuate forms of discrimination that absolutely impact your mental and physical health, heal from painful experiences, work through complicated emotions, navigate relationships, and learn coping skills. We will talk about your present concerns and how they impact your daily life, such as relationships, physical health, and cultural identities. My approach also includes processing past experiences and relationships which shape who we are and how we navigate the world. I believe that so many stressors make our life feel out of our control, and therapy can be a time to reclaim some of that and reconnect with yourself, others, and the feelings that you may have been given the message that you should not or cannot feel. I look forward to providing an empowering and validating space where you can be authentically yourself and find support in navigating the changes you want to make in therapy.