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Alex Osorio, LCSW
Allow me to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and conducive space for you to explore, grow and work on becoming the best version of yourself.

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Alex Osorio, LCSW


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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic, Relational, Solution-focused, Strengths-based

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I believe that we have within us the power to create the life we desire. We possess inner strengths and skills that can help us overcome challenges and live a fulfilled life. However, accessing this power can be an overwhelming task that may require support. Allow me to be an unbiased, compassionate and caring partner in your journey.

I help individuals explore their thoughts and emotions, reframe distorted beliefs, replace unhealthy patterns and unblock past traumas. I use the elements of Brainspotting, Parts Work, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Psychodynamic therapy and other interventions to help you achieve your goals. I have over 10 years of experience working with college students, young professionals, justice involved teens/adults, current/former foster youth and other adults. I help clients unlock their true potential and triumph over issues of low self-esteem, impostor syndrome, depression, anxiety, trauma, difficult life transitions, relationship issues and more.

I believe in the collaborative relationship between client and therapist. Developing a strong therapeutic relationship is important to me and it's something that I take pride in doing well. Allow me to provide a safe, non-judgmental and conducive space for you to explore, grow and work on becoming the best version of yourself. Ready? Let the healing begin!


MPA - Public Administration, University of Southern California

MSW - Social Work, University of Southern California

License Number and State

CA 81207



Why did you become a mental health professional?

I actually grew up wanting to be an architect, but because the architecture program at my school was impacted, I earned my degree in Urban and Regional Planning. When I finally did an internship my last year of school, I figured out that this field was not fulfilling enough for me and it truly wasn't my calling.

Luckily, I was very involved on campus and did a lot of volunteer work with youth. I loved this work! I was encouraging, supporting and inspiring the next generation of scholars and leaders, and this truly gave me purpose and meaning in life. A mentor in college helped me sift through my thoughts and ultimately talked to me about social work. I was intrigued, took two years off to find my purpose and after much prayer, searching and work experiences, I arrived at my path of becoming a social worker. I enjoy helping others and this calling has been a transformational experience not only for my clients, but myself as well.

What are your interests outside of work?

In my free time, I enjoy doing anything near or in the ocean/water, playing golf, engaging in personal development, spending time with family, exploring new places around town and I recently took up disc golf!

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

Drink a gallon of water a day, spend time in silence, practice alternate nostril breathing, practice mindfulness and listen to inspiring music, podcast, and videos.

How do you recharge?

Prayer/meditating, a trip to the ocean and practicing self-love/compassion.