Alicia earned her Master of Social Work degree from The University of New Hampshire in 2018. She then began working in rural community mental health, where she was able to engage with a diverse population of adults and adolescents struggling with severe mental illness, substance use disorders, and socioeconomic limitations and challenges. Most recently, Alicia served on the clinical team in a twelve-step based, residential substance use treatment facility. Alicia has experience in crisis prevention and intervention, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and group psychotherapy.
Prior to entering the field of Social Work, Alicia earned a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at The University of New Hampshire. She often uses elements of her background in philosophy to enhance her work as a clinician. When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her young son, finding hidden swimming holes, and playing music.