Alivia Irwin, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Alivia Irwin, LCSW, has been working with children, adolescents, and parents as a therapist since 2004 and has been working in the social services field with parents and children since 1998. She works from an attachment, neuroscience, and cognitive behavioral perspective. She loves her work with children and families. Alivia has been trained in EMDR, is a registered parent educator with the Circle of Security program, and is a Gottman Seven Principles leader.
Alivia specializes in treating children with anxiety including Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Separation Anxiety, Social Anxiety, phobias, mild to moderate OCD, school avoidance, and the behaviors that often accompany anxiety (tantrums, sleep difficulties, avoidance issues, social concerns). She works with parents and children to educate, empower, and grow the ability to confidently manage symptoms of anxiety. Alivia also has experience working with depression, ADHD, behavioral difficulties, grief and trauma, and compulsive disorders.
When Alivia is not working she loves to be with her husband and their two dogs. She is an avid reader, enjoys baking, loves the ocean, outdoors, and art.