Alexis Fratus, LCSW
Alexis has worked in clinical social work for 15 years, providing counseling for ten. She is licensed as an LCSW, LADC1, and CAMSII. Transforming lives through empathy and advocacy, Alexis values connecting, validating, and empowering individuals to discover their inner strength and worth using an eclectic approach. Alexis has a vast background of experience working with individuals suffering from substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and childhood trauma. She holds her MSW from Walden University, and various bachelor’s degrees in political science, correctional support services, as well as
apologetics. Alexis also offers a faith-based approach, implementing faith in CBT, DBT, and Anger Management. Alexis has spent several years advocating for justice and creating meaningful change in the lives of those most vulnerable; working to bridge the gap between justice and
wellness as a specialty court clinician, she is passionate and committed to hearing and working for the underserved. In her time away from serving others, she volunteers with St. Jude’s, the ACLU, and her children’s schools. She facilitates a wide variety of clinical groups and workshops for professionals, support groups for individuals in recovery, second-generation immigrants and women who are criminal-justice involved; parents of children suffering from addiction, and griefwork. She cherishes her family and enjoys traveling with her children and dog, Chase.