Lexie graduated from Colorado State University in 2011, earning a Master’s degree in Music Therapy. While at CSU, Lexie studied Neurologic Music Therapy with classical guitar as her primary instrument, was the music director of an a capella singing group, and participated in an African drum and dance ensemble.
After completing her college coursework, she fulfilled her music therapy internship at the Colorado Mental Health Institute, and served on the Colorado State Music Therapy Task Force. Following her internship, Lexie officially became a Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) in 2012, and began following her dreams as a clinician. Lexie has worked with a wide range of individuals including but not limited to persons on the autism spectrum, children with developmental disabilities and/or life-limiting illnesses, older adults with dementia, survivors of trauma and abuse, and mental health consumers. In 2015, Lexie joined the wonderful team at the Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver.
Lexie loves crafting, hiking, camping, and exploring the great outdoors with her family. She is extremely thankful to have such an amazing, gratifying career, and loves sharing her passion for helping others live happier, healthier lives!