Alondra Cardiel Fernandez, CSW



Eleanor Roosevelt House

Alondra received her undergraduate in Family Life and a Master’s in Social Work from BYU. She began her professional career as a therapist in a mental health clinic. While there, she gained incredible experience addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Alondra is deeply committed to the belief that every individual and family has the capacity for growth, resilience, and healing. She strives to help families understand and improve their patterns of interaction, communication, and support, recognizing that each member’s behavior affects and is affected by others in the family.

As a therapist, Alondra brings a warm and empathetic approach, making it easy for clients to feel comfortable and understood. She is direct and communicative, which helps keep her conversations with clients clear and productive. Her sense of humor adds a touch of lightness to therapy sessions. With extensive experience in residential settings and a long history of working with adolescents, she is well-equipped to handle a variety of challenges with confidence and a positive attitude.

In her free time, Alondra loves going on walks with her dog while listening to music or audiobooks. She enjoys experimenting with cooking new cuisines and is always eager to try out new recipes. She’s a concert enthusiast and loves experiencing live music. Spending time with family and friends is important to her, whether playing games indoors or enjoying nature together.