Asha Dickerson, PhD, LPC, NCC, CPCS
Adjunct Faculty Graduate Counseling Online
Interest and areas of expertise
Cultural Competence and Social Justice Advocacy
Family Dynamic in Addiction Counseling
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (Auburn University)
M.A. Community/Agency Counseling (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
B.A. History (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
B.S. Psychology (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Classes I teach
- Group Counseling
- Multicultural Issues
- Counseling Practicum
- Clinical Mental Health Internship I & II
Dr. Asha Dickerson is a Counselor Educator and Supervisor in Georgia. She is very active in several community, state, and national organizations; currently serving as the Southern Region Representative of the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD). She has received numerous awards including the 2018 University of Alabama-Birmingham Rising Star Award and 2017 Argosy Atlanta Counseling Faculty of the Year. She has also been named an AACTE Holmes Scholar, ACES Emerging Leaders Fellow, and inaugural NBCC Foundation Minority Fellow.
Dr. Dickerson’s clinical and academic specialties include social and cultural diversity, addictions, and blended family issues. Her goal is to educate, encourage, and enrich the lives of her clients, students, employees, and the community through her commitment to advocacy, mental health, family wellness, and leadership.