Alyssia Carmona LLMSW-C

ALYSSIA CARMONA, LLMSW-C

Psychotherapist

Alyssia@SimplyMindfulCounseling.Com

(440) 941-5611

OFFERING TELEHEALTH AND OFFICE-BASED COUNSELING SERVICES

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Speciality Areas of Treatment

Children, Teens, Young Adults, Adults, Grief and Loss, Terminal Illness, Emotion Regulation, Anxiety, Divorce, Difficult Life Transitions

 

ABOUT ME

My approach is focused on providing an inclusive, empowering and supportive space that is conducive to your growth and healing. 


During our sessions, I may incorporate cognitive-behavioral therapy, play-based therapy and mindfulness to assist in achieving your goals. Together, we will collaborate in encouraging your continued development and healing.


While I specialize in working with children and adolescents, I have worked with people of all ages experiencing grief and loss. I have also had the opportunity to work with individuals diagnosed with a terminal illness while providing support during their end of life transition. My wide variety of experiences, from facilitating children’s grief support groups to working with hospice patients and their families, has prepared me to work with both children and adults, no matter what difficult situation they may be going through.


My experience in grief and loss has shown me that people need care and support when life transitions happen. Grief can occur when we lose a friend, when children suffer difficult changes in school, when there is divorce or a change in the family, and in so many other ways. No matter your reason for coming in, or your season in life, I’m here to walk alongside you with an empathetic ear and a calm, compassionate presence during those difficult times. 


You don’t have to go through this alone.

 

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Michigan Board of Social Workers - Master's of Social Work, Clinical Limited License

Master's of Social Work, Wayne State University, 2020

Bachelor's in Psychology, Eastern Michigan University, 2015

Specialized Training

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


  • Grief and Loss