Hello! My name is Alicia, and I am a licensed associate counselor. I view healing as a journey instead of a goal. I strive to meet people where they are in their journey and walk beside them as we discover patterns that may be holding them back. In our work together, I aim to create a welcoming, open environment where you can explore yourself while examining relationships with others and your environment. It is my belief that many of our concerns stem in relationships-either with others or with ourselves. I also believe that people are innately resilient and capable of growth when given the appropriate tools. It is my goal for us to work together and create tools that work best for you.
I have worked with clients from 4 years old through adolescence and emerging adulthood, both in individual and family settings. I am particularly interested in attachment and transitions of life but am open to working with anyone who wishes to start their journey towards self-acceptance and understanding. I operate from a humanistic viewpoint and incorporate elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as mindfulness, nature, and creativity.
- Depression & Anxiety
- Eating Disorders
Monmouth University (2020)
Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS)
University of Vermont (2017)
Psychology (BS) focus on Developmental Psychology
The Gottman Institute (2019)
Gottman Method Couples Therapy