Alyssa Fieseler

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Alyssa Fieseler

Alyssa Fieseler

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (MSW, LCWS)

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Alyssa believes we’re all wired for connection and deserving of healthy and wholesome lives, so she’ll welcome you into her office where together you’ll work to heal the parts of you that feel lost or broken. If you or your child are a fan of furry friends, Alyssa will introduce you to her sweet therapy dog, Fiddle, who’ll happily share all the love she has to give.

Most of Alyssa’s experience comes from working with people who’ve witnessed and survived trauma and domestic violence. She knows that “trauma” is really “anything less than nurturing,” and sometimes it takes going back to and intentionally caring for our parts that were nurture-deprived in order to heal.

Through modalities such as Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Play Therapy, you’ll work with Alyssa to address negative beliefs, decrease symptoms of PTSD, depression, anxiety, and low self-worth, and work to build a life that fulfills your definition of healthy and whole. While she specializes in helping children and adolescents (including parenting work), she has walked with individuals age 3-80. Everyone is welcome in Alyssa’s caring clinical space.

Alyssa earned a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Denver and holds a certificate in Animal Assisted Social Work.
Alyssa believes we’re all wired for connection and deserving of healthy and wholesome lives, so she’ll welcome you into her office where together you’ll work to heal the parts of you that feel lost or broken. If you or your child are a fan of furry friends, Alyssa will introduce you to her sweet therapy dog, Fiddle, who’ll happily share all the love she has to give.

Most of Alyssa’s experience comes from working with people who’ve witnessed and survived trauma and domestic violence. She knows that “trauma” is really “anything less than nurturing,” and sometimes it takes going back to and intentionally caring for our parts that were nurture-deprived in order to heal.

Through modalities such as Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Play Therapy, you’ll work with Alyssa to address negative beliefs, decrease symptoms of PTSD, depression, anxiety, and low self-worth, and work to build a life that fulfills your definition of healthy and whole. While she specializes in helping children and adolescents (including parenting work), she has walked with individuals age 3-80. Everyone is welcome in Alyssa’s caring clinical space.

Alyssa earned a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Denver and holds a certificate in Animal Assisted Social Work.