Alexis "AJ" Lowe, MA, LMFT
AJ Lowe is a licensed marriage and family therapist who works with individuals, couples, and families to help them regain a sense of peace and contentment. The therapeutic process occurs by building trust and learning what underlying issues may be causing distress. AJ believes wholeheartedly that a strong therapeutic relationship is necessary in order to heal from suffering. She takes a collaborative role in helping clients attend to their needs and find more positive ways of coping. AJ has worked with clients diagnosed with eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, and attachment disorders. She is also especially passionate about working with adults and adolescents dealing with relationship stressors, family dynamics issues, and those struggling to balance it all while adapting to the many changes that come along in life.
AJ uses an eclectic mix of many treatment modalities, in order to meet the client, where they are in their journey. She has education and experience with family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. Furthermore, AJ believes all people deserve to have time to think about, process, and examine themselves with the help of a supportive other. She also believes in the healing power of humor, so you may find some laughs along the way.
The majority of AJ’s professional experience has centered on the treatment of those suffering with eating disorders in a residential setting as well as a partial hospitalization/intensive outpatient setting. Prior to deciding to work on her own, She worked as primary therapist at Monte Nido Residential Treatment Center for women with eating disorders and exercise addiction. She also spent time working out of Eating Recovery Center- Houston leading groups as well as providing meal support, and family therapy. AJ received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and received her master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University in Los Angeles, CA.
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