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Alfred Crixell Jr.

Alfred Crixell Jr.


18 years of experience
Solution oriented

Are you struggling with life and want to gain back some control? Have life's challenges gotten overwhelming for you? Let's work together to set your life back on the trajectory you were meant to be on. Hi! My name is Alfred Crixell Jr. and I'm passionate about helping you become the best possible version of yourself. Let's move together towards that goal. For the past 18 years I have worked with individuals, couples, and families in areas such as substance abuse and addiction, depression, anxiety, behavior, life skills, and anger management; as well as couples and marriage counseling in all relationships. I believe that the past doesn't equal the future. You can begin to change your life by focusing on what's in front of you, and not the past. Let's work together and start to make that change, today!

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

I believe the therapeutic relationship to be like a team working towards the same outcome. In a team, each person has a role to play. I will do my best to provide all the resources and tools you'll need to reach your goals. In order to be successful, however, all team members have to do their part. Your role is just as important. There will be work to be done. It is a process; but nothing will change unless we change. Working with me, you will receive actionable steps to practice. I will provide hope and support along your journey in a compassionate and non-judgemental way. I believe you have what it takes to get where you need to go. You got this!

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

Using evidence-based practices like ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) we'll utilize strategies and techniques to build skills that will help you achieve the life you deserve. For couples counseling, I use Gottman Method principles to help break through relationship barriers. I use Change Theory and Motivational Interviewing as well; specifically for addiction.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

It can be very difficult to take that initial step to seek counseling, and I understand that. That's why I feel really strongly about cultivating the therapeutic relationship. My nonjudgmental and compassionate approach, in conjunction with the evidence-based programs I use, make for a good starting point from which to build and move forward from. ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and CBT treatment modalities have been proven to provide skills that will assist in facilitating this change.

About Alfred Crixell Jr.

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