Alex Warren

Alex Warren

    • SpecialtyTherapist

    Alex Warren

    After nearly a decade of military service as an army intelligence officer and special forces intelligence team leader, Alex left the armed forces to pursue a new mission: learn and share effective tools that help people to heal.

    It was not long after leaving the military that Alex had a transformative psychedelic experience that showed her the powerful potential of non-ordinary states to catalyze healing and growth. This set her on the path to becoming a psychedelic-assisted therapist.

    Since then, Alex has broadened her interest and pursued in-depth exploration and study of the mind-body relationship, receiving certifications as a Hatha and Kaula Tantra yoga instructor, an Evolutionary Power embodiment coach, and completing trainings in expressive art therapy, Vipassana meditation, and energy work.

    Alex has gone on to graduate with her Master’s degree in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling from Naropa University, Boulder. She has also completed specialist certifications in Internal Family Systems (IFS) Level 1, Ketamine-Assisted Therapy from PRATI, and MDMA-Assisted Therapy from MAPS. She currently holds the title of Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) in the state of Colorado.

    Today, in her work with individuals, couples, and groups, Alex pulls from her eclectic toolbox to support people in doing the deep work to address the roots of their distress in the body and psyche. Her trauma-informed approach integrates IFS parts work, body-based tools, mindfulness, and play! She sees therapy as a co-creative process that can look like building self-awareness, learning the language of the body, empowering inner healing intelligence, and reintegrating wounded parts to bring better balance to the system.

    Outside of work Alex loves dancing like nobody’s watching, rollerblading, road-tripping, and relaxing at home with her partner. She feels most resourced by her daily meditation practice, wanderings in nature, and sweating it out at the gym.