Alexa Grossman, LSW / LCAC


Alexa is a licensed social worker and licensed clinical addiction counselor associate who specializes in working with adults aged 18 and older. She assists clients in adapting to life’s challenges, breaking free from negative thought patterns, and taking meaningful steps aligned with their values for a more purposeful life. With a focus on improving emotional regulation through mindfulness, Alexa supports clients in fostering healthier relationships with their feelings.

Passionate about addressing mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, trauma, and PTSD, Alexa draws on evidence-based practices such as ACT, trauma-focused-ACT, CBT, motivational interviewing, and harm reduction approaches. As a person in recovery from alcohol use disorder, Alexa offers valuable support to those in recovery or those who are questioning their relationship with alcohol or other substances. As an Army National Guard member, her connection with service members, veterans, and military spouses enhances her ability to navigate trauma, foster empowerment, and facilitate transformative growth.

Alexa holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Purdue University and a master’s degree in social work with a concentration in mental health and addictions from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.