Alexandra Milbourn, LPC
Alexandra Milbourn is a Licensed Professional Counselor working with adults, adolescents and children experiencing distress or conflict that interferes with their quality of life. Her clinical areas of strength include complex trauma,adjustment difficulties, relationship difficulties, anxiety, and mood disorders. Alexandra is passionate about creating a warm, safe, and non-judgmental space, while providing authenticity that humanizes the vulnerable experience of therapy. Her therapeutic approach is integrative and holistic in nature, wherein she focuses on the cohesion between the mind and the body. Alexandra makes use of evidence-based practices such as: trauma-informed, person-centered psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapies, tailored to meet the unique needs of her clients.
Alexandra earned her Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Criminology from Florida State University. She brings clinical experience in private practice and the inpatient setting, alike, experiences that provided her opportunities to treat diverse populations that included children, adolescents, and adults, all of whom presented with a wide range of mental health concerns and diagnoses. These experiences shaped Alexandra’s appreciation for psychotherapeutic intervention and prevention across the lifespan, and the particular role that psychotherapy plays in the capacity to strengthen emotional regulation and healthy connections for children and adolescents. Alexandra approaches psychotherapy with adults with a trauma-informed lens and has received supervised training in sex therapy. Additionally, Alexandra’s education and training include forensic-based services and insight into mental health challenges within the justice system. She is currently working towards her final clinical license and continues to participate in professional trainings and education.
In her free time, Alexandra enjoys trying new restaurants, yoga, running, traveling, walks along the lakefront and spending time with friends and family.