Alyssa Gonshorowski, LPC
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Black Hills State University
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Denver
Licensed Professional Counselor
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Understanding SPMI (Severely and Persistently Mental Ill Patient Training)
Adult and adolescent mental health and addiction treatment; specializing in anxiety, substance use, impulse control issues, trauma and abuse, depression, self-harming behaviors, eating and food-related issues, LGBTQIA+, grief and mourning, self-esteem, personality disturbances and coping with psychosis.
Alyssa Gonshorowski received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialty focus for Addiction’s Counseling from the University of Denver in 2018. Alyssa has since gained experience in working with a wide range of concerns including substance abuse issues, depression, eating disorders, anxiety, trauma, mood disturbances, self-harming behaviors, psychosis, interpersonal issues, and self-worth issues. Alyssa works with adults and adolescents, of varying cultural and religious backgrounds. Alyssa also enjoys working with people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
Alyssa’s therapy style is personable and client centered. I see myself as a guide to helping clients work on their issues in ways that are manageable and realistic for them. My approach combines cognitive-behavioral therapy, humanistic and psychodynamic therapy orientations. I believe in the effectiveness of dialectical behavioral therapy skills, solution-focused interventions, and motivational interviewing. I will tailor our dialog and treatment plan to meet your unique and specific needs.
When not working Alyssa enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. Alyssa loves to be active and outdoors as much as she can. When not enjoying the outdoors Alyssa loves to cook and bake.