Alexandra Blessing, MA, LPCA

Hi there!

I am so glad you’re here! My goal is to put you at ease by providing a space of welcome, warmth, and empathy. I understand the healing power of both laughter and tears and gladly welcome both. 

My lighthearted nature makes me approachable to the children I work with, and I love getting on their level (both literally and figuratively!). I am passionate about bridging the gap between parents and children and helping parents to understand and feel more equipped to overcome the issues that their children are facing.

In my practice with adult clients, I am eager to provide hope and care for those who are feeling despair and overwhelm. I work from a trauma-informed perspective. I am passionate about coming alongside clients in peripartum periods as well as through sex therapy. 

I have spent much of my life traveling and working overseas. Through these experiences, I have developed a multicultural lens when working with people. It is not difficult for me to broach cultural topics. I truly enjoy getting to know my clients and hearing their stories. 

I hope to be a part of making you feel seen and heard!


I am originally from the South Carolina Lowcountry, but have lived in several states since college. I attended Moody Bible Institute for my Bachelor of Arts in Counseling and Human Services. I then attended Denver Seminary for my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

I enjoy cooking, baking, trying new restaurants, walking around beautiful downtown Charleston, traveling, spending time in nature, and watching films with my husband.
(‘The Lord of The Rings’ is my favorite!)

Who I Help: Children, adolescents, parents, adults


  • Erik Erikson
  • Emily Nagoski
  • Mary Ainsworth


  • Post-dinner walks with my family
  • Trying new baking recipes with music or a podcast on
  • Sipping on tea or coffee in the morning
  • Taking warm baths in the evening
  • Singing and dancing along to musicals

Alexandra’s Library:

Dibs in Search of Self by Virginia M. Axline

Come as You Are by Emily Nagoski

Changes That Heal By Henry Cloud

Alexandra’s approach to therapy is empathetic, client-
centered, and genuine.

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