Dr. Alexandra Linscott received her PhD from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. Following her graduate training, Dr. Linscott spent 8 years on staff at large inpatient forensic hospital, providing individual and group treatment to criminally committed patients suffering a variety of Axis I and II disorders, including Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and dual diagnoses. After 5 years as a unit psychologist, Dr. Linscott worked as a hospital-wide assessment consultant conducting psycho-diagnostic and forensic assessment. In 2013, Dr. Linscott opened her own forensic assessment and psychotherapy practice in Pasadena, CA.
In her forensic practice, Dr. Linscott provides assessment services and expert witness testimony for criminal and immigration proceedings. Dr. Linscott also sees individuals and couples for psychotherapy, working from psychodynamic perspective to treat a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, maternal mental health, relationship conflict and life transitions. In addition, Dr. Linscott utilizes somatosensory techniques for the treatment of complex trauma and PTSD. Dr. Linscott is a native Spanish speaker and frequently provides both assessment and psychotherapy services in Spanish.