Lexi Short, MS

Lexi Short is a master’s level clinician who graduated with her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from West Chester University. Lexi completed her undergraduate degree at Ursinus College, majoring in Psychology with minors in Education and Neuroscience. While pursuing her bachelor’s degree, Lexi was able to complete research in psychopharmacology, psychopathology, and cognitive neuroscience.

Lexi has experience working with adolescents and adults, ranging from age 14 and up. She has worked in the group, individual, and family therapy settings, and is a firm believer in a holistic approach. Lexi is a HAES (health at every size) aligned clinician, and has a specialization in treating disordered eating, specifically Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, and Orthorexia. In addition to eating disorders, Lexi has experience supporting individuals with Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Body Dysmorphia, Personality Disorders, and Life Transitions. She is an EMDR-trained clinician, and approaches her therapeutic practice from a trauma-informed lens. Lexi utilizes an Emotion-focused Cognitive Behavioral Approach, and values being able to provide a non-judgmental & safe space for each of her clients to use for their own journey of growth and self-discovery.

In her spare time, Lexi loves to do anything and everything outdoors! She enjoys taking her dog (Leilani) for walks, hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, and snowboarding. Lexi is a travel fanatic, and is passionate about experiencing new cultures, and enjoying different foods from all over the world.