Alexis Rae Burrow, M.A., LPCC-S, CEAT (she/her/hers) has worked in mental health treatment
for over 12 years with teens and adults. She earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology and a
Master’s degree in Community Counseling from The Ohio State University. She has been
employed as a clinician, supervisor, and educator, in community mental health agencies, private practices, and universities. Alexis believes in a collaborative approach that focuses on individual needs and goals.
Alexis has specialized training in Dancing Mindfulness, and is certified as a facilitator. Alexis is a Certified EMDR therapist, EMDR Consultant in Training, Certified Expressive Arts therapist, and
a Street Yoga Facilitator. In 2012 she received The Outstanding Doctoral Student in Mental Health Counseling Award from The Ohio State University specifically for her work in supervising students during their first practicum and internship experiences in Community Counseling. Alexis has been supervising counselors getting their independent licensure for over 7 years and is expanding her skill set by working towards becoming an EMDRIA Approved Consultant.
Alexis is immediately available for individual and group supervision for those professionals
seeking independent licensure or supervisory credential. Alexis is also an EMDR Consultant-in-
Training under Rachel Weaver MSW, LISW-S, LICDC-CS, DBTC, REAT (www.wisemindcw.com) and The Institute for Creative Mindfulness (www.instituteforcreativemindfulness.com) and is available for group and individual EMDR.
$80/hour for individual, special group pricing available.
April Cunningham, M.A., LPCC-S, CWC (she/her/hers) believes "The purpose of
psychotherapy is to set people free" (Rollo May, 1981). She believes in the potential for growth
is inherent in the human condition. She received her BA in Psychology and an MA in Clinical
Mental Health Counseling, both from The Ohio State University. Additionally, April is a
Certified Wellness Counselor, a trained Hypnotherapist and has sought training in
mindfulness/meditation, nutrition, Emotional Freedom Technique, as well as other mind-body
approaches. Her approach is integrative and holistic in nature, and applies existential,
interpersonal, feminist, narrative and queer theories. April has worked as a generalist clinician, but specializes in anxiety, depression, wellness counseling, trauma, LGBTQ+ clients, and relationship counseling.
April believes that the goal of supervision is to allow the clinician to develop their clinical instincts as a tool to guide their practice with clients. She encourages clinicians to develop self-awareness in professional and personal life, and to examine the parallel process between the two. Supervision is an opportunity to explore the clinician’s perception of their client’s world and their experience of being with the client. Emphasis is placed on helping the clinician move past story content and into the process of their client’s narratives. Clinicians are encouraged to look for themes that are developing within the client’s story, as well as within the clinician’s story about the client.
April is immediately available for individual supervision for those professionals seeking independent licensure or supervisory credential.
$80/hour for individuals