About Alyson Wogenrich

About Alyson Wogenrich

LMFT, EMDR

Alyson is a compassionate and professional marriage and family therapist. She excels at helping struggling teenagers, adults, couples, and families. She guides her clients to overcome associated difficulties from PTSD, anxiety, and depression. She has worked in hospitals, schools, residential treatment programs, in-home, outpatient, and private practice facilities which have helped improve her systemic approach to therapy. Alyson’s clinical experience was diverse and extensive. She excels in part because she challenged herself with difficult clinical roles early in her career and will use everything she has learned to help you as well. Alyson guides you through the therapeutic process to become the best version of yourself while overcoming the symptoms that hold you back from achieving your goals.

Her experience with children and families started after finishing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Arizona State University. Alyson cultivated vital experience by working in some of the most demanding and difficult environments including hospital and residential settings. She received her master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University and then received training for EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), PSB (problem sexual behaviors), and Gottman couples counseling. Alyson is dedicated to her clients and believes her diverse professional and education experience will assist her to understand the unique set of circumstances affecting your quality of life.

Alyson is comfortable interacting with a variety of populations. She is non-judgmental, respectful, and supportive of her clients and their healing process. She is comfortable working with professionals and veterans. She is an LGBTQ+ ally and has specialized training to assist individuals in diverse communities such as ENM and kink. Alyson will make the virtual therapy and EMDR experience as comfortable and productive as being in person. Schedule your appointment today through the online portal. https://emdrtt.clientsecure.me/ You can also call or email us.