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Dr. Freeman


I care deeply for those experiencing emotional and mental pain. In fact, I’ve dedicated my life to helping people move from where they are to where they want to be whether it's through working with clients, counselors-in-training, counselor educators, or supervisees. I’m aware that we all could benefit from help and guidance from time to time. Life is full of ups and downs. At times things can be going fine, and at other times it can feel like someone just pulled a rug from underneath you. Transitions in life, worry, anxiety, and depression can be overwhelming and hard to manage. Sometimes we need help and guidance as we face life’s difficult times.


I take a person-centered approach to therapy and partner with my clients as they traverse through the difficulties of life. My integrative and holistic approach to healing prioritizes the needs of the people I work with. Utilizing a variety of treatment modalities allows me to personalize my skills to meet the unique needs of each person I serve. So, whatever it is you are facing, you do not have to face it alone.

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Training & Qualifications

Alcia Freeman is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Michigan and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Laboratory Science from Eastern Michigan University and both her Master’s degree in Counseling and Doctorate in Counselor Education from Oakland University. She has focused her career on promoting the mental health and academic advancement of underserved populations. As a Counselor Educator and Supervisor, her current research is focused on the development of counselors-in-training, multicultural counseling competence development, and social justice.




Ph.D. in Education: Counseling, School of Education and Human Services, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, Major: Counselor Education, Research interest:  Stereotype Threat, College Student Retention, Mentorships and Student Development, Cultural Competence in Counseling and Supervision, and Emotional Pain. April 2018. 


Master of Arts, School of Education and Human Services, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, Major: Counseling, August 2009.


Bachelor of Science, Eastern Michigan University; Ypsilanti, MI, Major: Clinical Laboratory Science, Minor: Molecular Biology, August 1999.


Professional Licensure & Credentials


National Certified Counselor # No. 260546

Licensed Counselor State of Michigan, Michigan #6401011798

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