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Alice Wasylowsky, PsyD

  • PsyD in Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis
  • MA in Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis
  • BA in Psychology, Indiana University

Relevant Experience
Alice Wasylowsky (she/her/hers) has direct experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in community mental health outpatient centers and university counseling centers. Throughout these experiences, Alice provided multi-culturally informed services to individuals who experiencing difficulties with: body image and disordered eating behaviors, anxiety, depression, sexual trauma, life transition/adjustment, relationship concerns, and identity development/exploration. Her experiences include providing individual and group therapy to individuals with a wide range of presenting concerns, connecting to the larger communities through psycho-educational programming and consultation, and providing supervision to psychology trainees. Alice is monolingual and can provide services in English.

Clinical Interests
Alice integrates her work from therapeutic frameworks including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), and Interpersonal-Process Therapy (IPT). Alice’s clinical focus includes body image and disordered eating behaviors, identity development/exploration, self-compassion, social justice, and mindfulness.

Fun Fact
Alice enjoys attending live shows (musicals, concerts, and drag performances). When she hears a catchy song, she is often caught singing these songs to her dog, Moira the Yorkie.