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Alex Rajewski, LLMSW



Limited Licensed Master Social Worker



Hello! My name is Alex. I have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of individuals and families throughout my career as an Infant Mental Health Specialist. I particularly enjoy working with pregnant and postpartum moms, parents struggling with depression, anxiety, or OCD related symptoms, children and toddlers, and families affected by chronic illnesses. I believe attachment and relationships are the basis for nearly everything in our lives and strive to help those I work with build meaningful relationships and repair ruptured ones. I use a wide variety of trauma-informed modalities, but am particularly passionate about art therapy, sand tray and play therapy, attachment-based therapy, and family therapy. I am grateful for the opportunity to empower others as they find themselves and learn to advocate for their needs.


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Professional Training

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Alma College (2019)
  • Master of Social Work – University of Michigan (2020)

Infant Mental Health Specialist (2021-Present)

Additional Training:
  • Trauma or ADHD: Trauma Informed Tools for Working with ADHD (2021)
  • Knowing What You See: Skills to Observe Parent-Infant/Young Child Relationships (2021)
  • Play Therapy with Adoptive Families (2021)
  • DC: 0-5 Training (2021)
  • Using Dance and Movement to Encourage Caregiver- Child Connection and Social Emotional Wellness (2021)
  • Stress and the Growing Brain (2021)
  • Supporting Social Emotional Wellness in Pregnant Women and their Families (2021)
  • Practicing Justice as an Early Childhood Professional (2022)
  • A Father’s Role in Pregnancy and Early Parenting (2022)
  • The Link Between Unmet Breastfeeding Goals and Postpartum Depression (2022)
  • Supporting Feeding Challenges in Young Children through Relationships (2022)
  • How Trauma Impacts Regulation Development in Infants and Toddlers (2022)
  • Digital Media and the Parent Child Relationship (2022)
  • Advanced Motivational interviewing (2022)
  • BSFT Overview/Family-Focused Skills: Engagement (2023)
  • CBT for Anxiety, Beck Institute (2023)
  • Ethics & Pain Management (2023)
  • Implicit Bias (2023)
  • The Challenge of the Temper Tantrum ― Affect Regulation and the Play Therapist, Working with Children 3–12 Years (2023)
  • Trauma Informed Resource Parent Training (2024)
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Blue Care Network
  • HAP
  • ASR
  • McLaren Medicaid
  • United Healthcare
  • Priority Healthcare
  • McLaren Commercial
  • Medicare
Focus Area:
  • Mood/Adjustment Disorders
  • School/Development
  • Family
  • LGBTQ+
  • Trauma
  • Grief/Loss
  • Perinatal Mental Health
  • ADHD
  • Women’s Issues
Age Groups:
Toddlers (0-3), Children (4-12), Adolescents (13-17), Young Adults (18-30), Adults (31-59)