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Alexys Hatfield

Staff Therapist

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
Life Stages
  • College, Young Adults
  • Adults
Areas of Focus
  • Guilt and shame
  • Identity and self-image
  • Life changes/transitions
  • Stress management
  • Trauma
  • Women's issues, young women
  • English
  • Spanish
  • MA in Professional Counseling at Dallas Baptist University


I view therapy as a
transformative journey where individuals can foster openness and transparency
to address and heal from past and current pain, struggles, traumas, and
barriers. Recognizing that the prospect of seeking therapy can be intimidating,
I am here to support you through the process, offering a safe space for
collaborative exploration of treatment goals. Together, we will primarily
utilize an integrative approach, drawing from ACT, CBT, and DBT methods
tailored to best suit your unique goals and needs.

I recognize the importance of
holistic care, intentionally addressing the needs of your heart, mind, body,
and spirit. I aim to assist you in discovering inner strength amidst the
challenges you may be facing. Committed to listening, supporting, and instilling
hope, my goal in every session is to create a non-judgmental space where you
feel wholly seen, heard, and accepted.

Approaching our work with
curiosity and genuine care, I am mindful of the difficulty in sharing one's
deepest fears, insecurities, and challenges. I am unafraid to accompany you
into the darkest places, steadfast in my belief that together, we can draw upon
your values and strengths as guiding beacons, illuminating the path towards a
life marked by greater satisfaction and a deeper sense of purpose.

Alexys, a native Texan, served in the Texas Army National Guard while earning her M.A. in Professional Counseling at Dallas Baptist University. Her counseling journey began as a practicum student, offering individual, family, and group counseling services at Mt. View Community College through the Counseling Services Department to adolescents and adults.

With a heart for the marginalized and underserved, Alexys dedicated her time in college to serving in her college’s refugee and volunteering in the Prison Entrepreneurship Program. This passion led her to Missouri, where she served as a Career Counselor for at risk youth and adults, solidifying her commitment to supporting individuals through life challenges and transitions.

Returning to Texas, Alexys embarked on her LPC-Intern journey through The Center’s residency program. She has provided counseling services at various non-profit locations through the PACT Program, including Salvation Army, Grace Clinic, Brother Bills, several Buckner locations, and Storehouse. Alexys continues her work as an LPC through both The Center and the PACT program where she strives to gently and respectfully serve as a mirror, facilitating insight, self-awareness, and self-growth throughout her collaborative work with each client.

In her free time, Alexys finds joy in spending her time with family and friends. Her hobbies include outdoor activities, photography, moments of praise and worship, and doting on her nephews.

Additional areas of focus:
Anger management
Grief and loss
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
Life changes/transitions
Stress management

Women’s issues, young women

Alexys sees clients at community partner locations as part of our PACT program. For more information about our PACT Program and community partners, please click HERE.


  • Anger Management Specialist (CAMS V)