In 2017, Alexis obtained a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology and a minor in Women’s & Gender Studies from Montana State University. In her final semester at MSU she completed an undergraduate internship with the Gallatin County Guardian Ad Litem program. During the internship she shadowed the director on a multitude of cases learning extensively about the family court system, which fostered her interest of working with families. Alexis began volunteering with the program, taking on a case where she advocated in court on the behalf of the best interest of a child – an achievement she is very proud of. In addition to her academic and personal accomplishments, she comes to Providence Mental Health with professional experience in the field as an administrative assistant and program coordinator.
Alexis is no stranger to the transformative power of social work. She believes wholeheartedly that every family should have access to therapeutic services and has dedicated her career to that value. As a 5th generation Gallatin Valley resident, she is looking forward to bringing her passion for her community to the clientele of Providence Mental Health.
In Alexis’ spare time she enjoys traveling, spending time with her family or getting outdoors, particularly floating and fishing on the Yellowstone River.”