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Alexis Evertz


Alexis Evertz, MA (She/Her/Hers) is a third-year graduate student at Bethel University, working towards licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist.  She is trained in a systemic lens, and has a passion for narrative therapy.  She desires to work with individuals and families to reshape their view of themselves and their relationships, to work towards a more whole sense of self.  Alexis is clinically supervised by Allison Peterson, MA, LP, PMH-C.


Through her past work as a program manager at a local nonprofit organization, she realized her desire to work clinically with individuals, couples, and families.  She has experience collaborating with mental health professionals, licensed social workers, and a wide variety of public health representatives in order to promote success for adolescents, individuals, and families.

Alexis is open to working with clients of all ages, but has a special interest in working with families.  She believes strongly in the importance of empathy and connection within her work; she strives to create a safe space for all of her clients, while working with them to achieve their goals.


phone: 612-405-9155

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