Alyssum Anderson



I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a container in which growth, healing, and reconciliation can happen. I approach the therapeutic process from the basis that growth happens through and because of relationships, whether those relationships are a part of present life, past life, or the relationship is physically in the room with us. The modalities I most often incorporate are Attachment Theory, Internal Family Systems Model, Brainspotting, Narrative Therapy, and Eco-therapy to work with those who are experiencing grief, anxiety, transition, relational issues, parental challenges, and issues connected to spirituality. I work with couples, adult families, and individuals over the age of 18 and desire for clients to come to a deep “knowing” of who they are and what that means for them in their life. I love holding sessions outdoors which can look like walk-and-talk therapy or finding a more secluded spot to meet regularly.

I am a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I obtained my Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training from Bethel University. I became interested in pursuing a career in therapy while working with college students and still love supporting and being curious with people who are experiencing transitions and questions surrounding identity. I am passionate about being outside in any weather and finding hidden treasures in every aspect of life. When I am not working you can find me hanging out with my partner, two kiddos, pup, kitties and seeking the elusive balance between rhythm and adventure.

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