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Uchechi Alozie

Uchechi Alozie


12 years of experience
Solution oriented

My name is Uchechi Alozie. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My approach to therapy is seeing my client within their environment and not just the issues they are presenting. My approach is trying to aid my clients holistically. I have worked with family units for more than 10 years. And have worked with individuals with chronic mental illness for 6 years. I am used to working with families with different dynamics. I have a background in child welfare services, so I am very familiar with the trauma that comes from familial interpersonal relationships. I have worked in an inpatient psychiatric setting, working with individuals suffering from debilitating chronic mental illness.

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

It's an assessment. Lots of questions about you and why you are here.

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

I have great communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal, to help those who struggle with interpersonal dialogue. I am non-judgmental, I have been a social worker for more than 13 years- there is not much I have yet to encounter that has not tested my personal and professional bias for the better and for growth. While boundaries remain important, my clients can know that I am full of compassion and empathy for their situation.

About Uchechi Alozie

Licensed in


Free consults, virtual

My treatment methods


Brainspotting works on the theory that feelings from trauma can become stuck in the body, leading to physical and mental ailments. It is believed that the brain’s memory of particular trauma or incident is "reset" in the body and brain. Through Brainspotting, you uncover what is occurring with that stuck trauma.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors all impact each other, so making a change to thinking or behavior will have an effect on the other two components. CBT interventions target either thoughts or behaviors in order to interrupt problematic cycle occurring.


This focuses on abilities, knowledge and capacities rather than deficits, or things that are lacking in a person. It focuses on capability of growth, learning and change.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

Change is pivotal and needed, and you are the smartest person in your life to know what you need to solve your issues.