Nathaniel Alexander


About Nathaniel

Nathaniel Alexander is a firm believer in the 3 C’s: Choice, Common Sense and Consequences. If a person uses sound common sense, their decision-making efforts improve, and so does their outcomes for life. Graduating from the College of William & Mary, he has extensive education with training in several modalities, including Trauma-Informed Care, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy. He is always interested in learning new approaches to meeting client needs. With over 25 years of experience, he has worked in several outpatient substance use and mental health programs, including inpatient, residential and outpatient services. He is very excited to help those who desire change via virtual therapy. The hope is to break down walls and barriers for clients to get the care they need in the most accessible ways possible. He values adapting with clients changing needs. He has a desire for empowering, encouraging and educating clients to recognize their strengths amidst their life situations in order to transition towards a sense of efficacy and fulfillment.

The College of William & Mary
Master of Education in Community and Addictions Counseling
What Nate’s patients are saying
"Nate is really engaging and nonjudgmental. He gives you a lot to think about and work on. Mind over matter as well as medical issues and solutions discussed. Looking forward to deep diving into the seven areas drinking has affected my life."
"Nate was amazing! He helped me dig deep into my relationship with alcohol. I look forward to our next session."
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