Alice received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1980 from Brooklyn College, SUNY. She worked for 35 years in sales and marketing for technology companies, and managed a division of professionals in Phoenix for many years. In 2010, Alice went back to school to obtain her MAPC in Counseling from Ottawa University, graduating in 2012. Shortly afterwards, Alice obtained her LAC (Licensed Associate Counselor) designation and worked for the next 8 years in community behavioral health at the following locations: Jewish Family and Children’s Services, a New Leaf, Terros Health, Arizona State Prison and Gila River Community. Alice’s experience includes working with children and families, substance abuse, prison inmates and general mental health. Alice received her LPC in October 2018 after two years of supervision. Other experience includes working for AHCCCS insurance company Care 1st as a Utilization Management Care Manager, most recently before opening up a private practice in July 2019. Due to Alice’s extensive experience in business, sales, and marketing, Alice ‘s practice now covers working with adolescents and adults in family/marriage/relationships, work stressors, and substance abuse.
My greatest satisfaction is helping individuals, couples and children work through their difficulties and see positive results. I believe that everyone has the ability to facilitate a permanent change in their lives with the tools and techniques I provide to them. It is extremely rewarding to me to see my clients utilize these techniques and report back to me on their successes and well as their struggles as they incorporate new ways of thinking into their lives. These new lifestyle changes profoundly impact their own lives as well as their families, friends, and co-workers who observe these changes.