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Alli Aschoff, LIMHP, LADC, CPSS


Director of Outpatient Services

Top 5 Strengths: Achiever, Context, Restorative, Developer, Responsibility

Kolbe A: 8723

Working Genius: ET – WD – GI


Meet Allison Aschoff, who serves as The Well’s Outpatient Program Director with credentials including Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP), Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), and Certified Peer Support Specialist (CPSS). Alli graduated from Wayne State with a Bachelor’s in Education, Human Services Counseling and Master’s of Science in Education, Clinical Mental Health, bringing a wealth of expertise to her role.

Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Multisystemic Therapy (MST), Alli’s experience in behavioral health started with her serving as a family support worker for five years. Giving her experience and a passion for helping the family unit with many different areas (parenting skills, independent living skills, repairing connections within the family, etc.).

Alli started as a Master’s level intern for The Well in summer of 2017, and fell in love with the dual diagnosis field. A position for a part time Outpatient Program (OP) counselor opened up shortly after she completed her internship. She was our sole Outpatient provider until we started offering women’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).  Alli was promoted to be the OP Supervisor, while still maintaining a mostly full caseload as a therapist.  As our Outpatient Program continued to grow, Alli grew into the best fit for our Outpatient Program Director. Alli still has a partial case load, saying “As much as I truly enjoy the administrative part of my job as well as teaching and helping my staff grow and meet their goals, I have that part of me that also feels the same about doing so with my clients as a therapist.”

Alli’s ‘why’ in her work at The Well is driven by a desire to make even the smallest difference in someone’s life. With a belief in the power of small acts of kindness, she is passionate about ensuring that everyone has access to effective mental health treatment. Allison takes pride in being a part of The Well’s mission, contributing to making behavioral health more accessible and impactful in the community. Her commitment reflects a genuine dedication to creating positive change in the lives of those she serves.

Beyond her professional achievements, Alli is a devoted mother of three children, whose lively presence keeps her on her toes. When not immersed in her work or family life, Alli can be found on the softball field. She not only coaches youth to high school fastpitch softball but also plays slow pitch, displaying her love for the sport.


Fun Fact: Alli has a passion for crafting beaded earrings and keychains. In her second “fun” photo, she proudly wears beaded earrings made by her cousin, showcasing her connection to her Native roots from the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota. Learning about her Native history and culture is a personal journey close to her heart. The photo also captures her holding a softball and glove, highlighting her lifelong involvement in the game, from watching her dad play to coaching and playing herself, finding peace and joy on the field.