Alexandra Brommer, MA, CAADC, LPC


Alexandra has worked in the mental health field since 2010, starting her career working with children with autism, ADHD, and behavioral issues. She then transitioned to family-based therapy, working with individuals and their families with the goal of strengthening their bond and minimizing conflict. 

In 2017,  Alexandra became a drug and alcohol therapist, working with teenagers and adults who were struggling with co-occurring disorders.

Age Group:

13-70 years old

Approach to Treatment:

Meeting a patient where they are at and helping to guide them in the direction of growth. I always say, as humans, we are a lot like onions – there are a lot of layers that we must work through before we can get to the core (root). With each passing session, we are going to peel back the layers, cultivating the skills to flourish and forge change.

Areas of Specialty:

Abuse, addiction, ADHD/ADD, adolescent issues, anger, anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, body image, co-morbid diagnosis, couples, dating issues, depression/mood disorders, eating disorder, family/marital conflict, LGBTQIA+, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), personality disorder, self-esteem, separation/divorce, sexuality issues, skill building, stress, transitional issues, and trauma.




Available for Both In-Person and TeleHealth Sessions by Appointment