- SUNY Stony Brook University - Bachelor of Arts in Women’s & Gender Studies and Art History
- Caldwell University - Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Art History
LPC, LCADC, ATR-BC, ACS
Alexandria Lanza is the Founder and CEO of "Jaded Hearts - Center for Healing," a virtual counseling center in New Jersey. With her expertise in art therapy, Alexandria also serves as a supervisor for aspiring professional counselors, art therapists, and alcohol and drug counselors.
As a psychotherapist, Alexandria is dedicated to helping her clients untangle the deep-seated beliefs that perpetuate their patterns of behavior. She firmly believes that true healing and personal growth come from understanding, acknowledging, and transforming negative belief systems.
Throughout her career, Alexandria has gained invaluable experience working in a variety of settings, including residential, partial care, outpatient, and in-home environments. She has worked extensively with individuals of all ages, from children to adults, who are grappling with co-occurring disorders, which involve both addiction and other mental health diagnoses occurring concurrently.
Alexandria's unwavering commitment to her clients' well-being, her expertise in substance abuse and child and family psychology, and her passion for art therapy and perinatal counseling make her an invaluable asset to the field of psychotherapy. With her nurturing and trauma-informed approach, she continues to make a profound impact on the lives of those she serves.