Alicia D. Buck-Hall received her undergraduate in Psychology and Masters in Education with emphasis in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with goal of licensure from University of Missouri St. Louis. She has worked in a number of clinical mental health and nonprofit organizations over the last 20+ years providing supportive services towards children and families sustainability efforts.
Her therapuetic work thus far has dealt with intimate relationships, academia, sociocultural concerns, developmental disabilities, LGBTQ+ topics as well as significant life transitions. Alicia tends to approach counseling through a relational lens that emphasizes the powerful ways in which social influences impact the lives of all human beings aand manifests through our emotional and behavioral responses. Alicia's clinical approach is best described as genuine, person & family centered, thereby building on intrinsic strengths and solution focused. Her clients can expect a non-judgmental, open and compassionate counseling environment where directions of therapy are dictated by those who know best, the clients!
She sees her role as supporting her clients in actualizing therapeutic goals, exploring cultural and socio-relational circumstances which frame their thoughts, feelings, beliefs and values.
In her free time, Alicia is an avid motorcyclist, a warm climate traveler and can often be found at the gym swimming and relaxing in the sauna. She is passionate about do it yourself home projects and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren who keep her young at heart.