Alexis Brown, LPC, CAADC
Do you want to find motivation to overcome life's challenges? Do you miss feeling happy and fulfilled? Let me help you find inner peace and feel hopeful again so you can realize your full potential. There is no cookie cutter approach to therapy, and I will work with you to provide a personalized experience based on your needs and expectations. Together, we'll come up with some ways to help you move towards making good life choices, achieving your goals, and feeling satisfied. I will provide you with a safe and supportive environment so that you feel comfortable.
I received my Master's Degree in Counseling from Wayne State University in 2011. I am experienced in providing a wide variety of therapeutic services including Substance Use, Addictions, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, and Grief and Loss. I see adults, including elders, and adolescents 14 and older.
Making a call is your first step towards feeling better. I look forward to meeting you.
ALEXIS NOW PROVIDES IMMIGRATION EVALUATIONS!
Do you need an immigration evaluation? I have over 10 years of experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor, and have taken specialized training from the Immigration Evaluation Institute to be equipped to provide you with the support you will need to have a successful immigration case. I promise to provide you with a safe and supportive environment so that you feel comfortable sharing your story.
These are the types of immigration evaluations I can help you with:
U-Visa and T-Visa
U-Visa: A U-Visa is meant to encourage individuals who have experienced or witnessed a violent crime, or are victims of trauma, to assist law enforcement with investigating and prosecuting those crimes without worrying about being deported.
T-Visa: A T-Visa can be granted to those who have been victims of human trafficking, and who would suffer extreme hardship, or possibly be harmed if returned to their country. To be granted a T-Visa, the individual must assist authorities with information to help prosecute the person(s) responsible for trafficking.
This applies to women or men who are victims of spousal abuse where the emotional or physical abuse is carried out by a spouse who is a citizen of the United States.
An Asylum evaluation can help you if you have been individually persecuted in your home country due to political affiliation, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs and returning home could cause extreme psychological distress.