Alexandra Wagener, Ph.D., LP is trained to provide both individual and team coaching to aid in performance and overall team effectiveness. “Allie” is from Minneapolis, MN and obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology (B.A.) from the University of Tampa. She went on to earn her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Wichita State University. Throughout her career, Dr. Wagener has worked with numbers individuals and teams to improve overall communication, trust, confidence and performance. Other related training includes: Wichita State University athletic department where she provided performance enhancement services to athletes, coaches, and teams, consulting with Mental Health Care Inc., University of Kansas Medical School, Good Shepherd psychiatric hospital, community mental health centers, and Head Start Programs. Prior to moving back to Minnesota, Allie also consulted with the athletic department at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Wagener has been published in numerous professional publications, including:
Wagener, A.L. & Zettle, R.D. (2011). Targeting fear of spiders with control, acceptance, and
informational-based approaches: An analogue comparison. The Psychogical Record, 61, 77-92.
Snyder, J., Bullard, L., Wagener, A.L., Leong, P., Snyder, J., Jenkins, M.,& Brown, C. (2009). Childhoodanxiety and depressive symptoms: Trajectories, relationship, and association with subsequent depression. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
Zettle, R. D., Webster, B. K., Gird, S. R., Wagener, A. L., & Burdsal, C. A. (In Review). PsychometricProperties of the Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire: Comparisons in a Clinical versus Nonclinical Sample. The Psychological Record.