Alexis Fraser is a Counseling Psychology Practicum student at Mala. She is currently completing her Master’s degree at Wayne State University, and plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Infant Mental Health. She is passionate about working with young children and families, especially those who have experienced trauma. At MCFI, Alexis is involved in providing comprehensive psychological evaluations and therapeutic services.
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Why did you decide to become a mental health professional?
I decided to pursue the field of psychology as I find it to be the most fascinating. As human beings, mental health is something that we all experience in one way or another, and I want to be a force in breaking down the stigma attached to mental illness.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Forensics, University of Windsor, Ontario
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (In Progress), Wayne State University, Detroit, MI