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Author: Alexia Rigos

Alexia Rigos, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, has devoted her career to the intricate field of mental health and addiction counseling, underpinned by a solid educational foundation with a Bachelor’s degree from London and two Master’s degrees, including a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. Her journey into the realm of mental health began with volunteering and interning at various schools, a pivotal experience that would eventually steer her towards addiction counseling. For over three years, Alexia worked at a treatment center focusing on clients grappling with addiction, HIV, and co-occurring disorders. Her commitment to community service extended to volunteering at a Hollywood non-profit organization alongside her brother, where they served food to underprivileged youth and provided them with a safe space for gathering and socializing. This period not only honed her expertise in addiction but also solidified her dedication to serving those in need. Alexia’s approach to therapy is deeply influenced by her belief in the transformative power of love and support, a value instilled by her own family. Her passion for helping others is a testament to her empathetic nature and her commitment to fostering environments where individuals feel understood and valued. Now, with over 14 years of experience, Alexia specializes in addiction counseling, leveraging her comprehensive education and rich professional background to make a significant impact in the lives of those she works with. In her current role as the Chief Clinical Liaison at Atlas Healthcare Group, Alexia continues to apply her skills in public speaking and customer service to advocate for mental health awareness and treatment accessibility at DetoxLA, Satori Behavioral Health and Silicon Beach Treatment Center. Fluent in Greek, she embodies the essence of a healthcare professional who not only addresses immediate health concerns but actively contributes to the broader discourse on mental health and wellness, demonstrating leadership, compassion, and innovation in her field.

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