Mirsha Alexandre was born in Montreal, Canada however she considers herself a Florida native as she has lived in Sunny South Florida since she was a baby. Mirsha studied Biological Sciences and received her BS from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. She has a Masters of Science with a Dual specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling as well as Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy from Barry University in Miami, FL. Mirsha’s favorite bible verse is Isaiah 61: 3; “To all who mourn in Israel, he will give a crown of beauty for ashes, a joyous blessing instead of mourning, festive praise instead of despair. In their righteousness, they will be like great oaks that the LORD has planted for his own glory.”

“My biggest passions are my family (my husband of 12 years and my 3 joyful and energetic daughters), and My Lord. I love what I do for a living, God has 100% called me to Counseling and I aim to counsel from a place that exemplifies the heart of Christ. I serve in Ministry at our church and truly try to live a life of prayer. For fun and leisure, I enjoy and LOVE traveling and being at the beach; I enjoy hosting game nights; in my mind I pretend I’m a professional taste tester (which really means I just like to try out new restaurants); and reading is my jam!

My mom is a major hero in my life. Her work ethic is extraordinary and I have little memories of her rarely ever quitting. She wasn’t really afraid to try the next chapter of her life, and if she was, she did it anyways! Finally the way she lives a life of fervent prayer is beyond inspiring.

I pray that I can be a vessel of healing for students and families and teachers alike. The Word says we all have trials and tribulations and the world we live in won’t necessarily be a cake walk (my paraphrase), and in the waves of life, I hope to be a safe place to help people experience the peace, healing and joy that Jesus has to offer. I would love to see people see their God-given potential and start living a life of value ingrained with a mindset of the Kingdom of God.”