Lonni Alderman, LPC-Intern Supervised by Ami Evans, LPC-S

Lonni grew up in Coppell and graduated from Coppell High School. She attended Texas A&M University where she earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology. After her time in College Station, she moved back to the Dallas area to attend Criswell College, earning a Master of Arts in Counseling in 2018.

Lonni has experience in both the non-profit and private practice settings and has worked with clients of various ages, backgrounds, and cultures. Her specialties include children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, anger issues, grief, interpersonal problems, and self-esteem issues. She uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy to help clients challenge their negative thought patterns and promote positive thinking. She also employs aspects of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, mindfulness, and a Person-Centered Approach based on each individual’s unique needs.

Lonni provides a safe environment for clients to share and process their thoughts and emotions and believes that the first step in counseling is to cultivate a healthy therapeutic relationship. She desires for her clients to feel heard, seen, and known, without judgement. Lonni is devoted to coming alongside individuals to help them grow, heal, and meet their personal goals in order to find joy and hope in their lives.

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