Alix Makencie-Jaimes, MS

Alix Makencie-Jaimes

I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Florida International University. Also, I completed a Master of Science in Developmental Disabilities from Nova Southeastern University. I'm fluent in Spanish and English. In addition, I've worked with a wide spectrum of clients, including pediatric, adolescents, adults and, geriatric. My experience has been in teaching, case management, behavior therapy, early intervention, parent coaching and neuropsychological testing.  I am passionate, committed and ready to offer my professional experience and knowledge.

More about Alix: I have two amazing, smart and beautiful daughters. Aside from work I enjoy exercising, family time especially at the beach, watching movies and meditating.

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Specialties

Psychological Evaluations

Learning Evaluations

Social Skills

Behavioral Difficulties

Anxiety/Depression

Ages

Pre-School

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

College

Adult

Languages

English

Spanish

About

Alix

What would you say to someone who is very anxious about learning problems in school?

Take one step at a time, we will work through this together to reach your goals. We all learn in different ways and at a different pace. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, relax and be the best that you can be.

What was your path to becoming a provider?

I truly enjoy helping others. I feel that I have the heart and patience to listen and provide feedback. I will go the extra mile to help others.

Why are you passionate about helping students with learning differences?

I feel that students with learning differences are all amazing and unique. They are in need of support to achieve his/her goals. With encouragement and teaching the child can reach their full potential and this makes me feel very happy and fulfilled.

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