About Alicia

A message from Alicia: 

What a privilege to walk with people through tough times, as well as times of victory.  I believe in the counseling process and find that we are stronger than we think. Together, we will work toward your goals. 


Alicia has been a practicing counselor since August 2004.  She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 2004 with a Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling. She completed a Post Master’s Certificate in Advanced School Counseling in May 2007, also earned from UNCG. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor in North Carolina and still holds a school counseling license with the state of North Carolina Board of Education, Department of Public Instruction. She is also a National Certified Counselor as recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Alicia was a high school counselor for 13 years before entering private practice. She enjoys incorporating faith-based (Christian) principles into the counseling process when seen as beneficial by the client. 

Alicia also has extensive experience in non-profit development which comes from founding and developing The Oaks Therapeutic Community, Inc. , a 501(c)(3) organization. The Oaks’ mission is to partner with people to find worth and wellness. 

She has a passion for adventure-based counseling and was a facilitator with UNCG’s Teamquest department, an outdoor experiential learning campus. Alicia enjoys anything outside with friends and family, traveling, Bible studies, roller coasters, bungee jumping, reading and being involved with her church community.



  • Currently only offering online Teletherapy sessions for counseling and college planning. In-person appointments will resume November 2021. The setting for supervision appointments is determined per session.
  • Each session lasts 50 minutes.
  • Generally, clients come on a weekly or bi-weekly basis; however, the frequency of sessions will be determined with respect to each client’s needs and budget.

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