Alexis Rodriguez, LSW specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, ADHD, depression, and social challenges. Ms. Rodriguez applies Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions in combination with her empathic, compassionate, and understanding style. She helps children and teens develop more effective coping and interpersonal skills. Her approach is to empower parents to better understand and take an active role in shaping the social and emotional development of their children. She helps her clients overcome obstacles by applying strategies and techniques learned in session.

Ms. Rodriquez received her Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from The
University of Chicago. She completed internships at Mount Vernon Township High
School and at The University of Chicago Medicine on the General Medicine Unit. Ms. Rodriguez also worked at Thresholds, an organization primarily focused on severe, chronic mental illnesses and substance use disorders. She also volunteered within District 200 at Clifford A Johnson Elementary School. Throughout her five years of training and employment, Ms. Rodriguez has curated diverse experiences in the field of Clinical Social Work including, elementary school, high school, hospital, domestic violence, and community
mental health.

Ms. Rodriguez recognizes that the process of seeking assistants can be daunting. She strives to create a comforting and welcoming space for families while applying evidence-based treatments. Ms. Rodriguez’s goal is to develop hope for families so they can continue to prosper and receive the support they need.