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Alicia Day, MS, LPC


Locations: Telehealth, Clementon, NJ

About Alicia Day

Alicia Day, MS, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 6 years of experience working in mental health. Alicia has extensive experience in treating children, adolescents, and families with a passion for improving family relationships, boosting self – confidence and esteem, and enhancing skill development for managing symptoms of depression and anxiety. She utilizes evidence-based practice to specialize in treatment of depression, anxiety, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, trauma, stress, and other emotional disturbances. Alicia received her Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences from Saint Joseph’s University and her Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. In her spare time Alicia enjoys going to the beach and spending time outdoors in the summer weather with her husband and two sons. Otherwise, Alicia is spending time cooking in the kitchen while loudly listening to music. 

Treatment Specialties

  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Life Transition
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Panic Attacks
  • PTSD
  • Self Harm

Education and Certification

Bachelor’s of Science – Interdisciplinary Health Sciences (major); Psychology (minor) Master’s of Science – Clinical and Counseling Psychology specializing in Children and Adolescents

Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?

Mental health care has always been an area that has interested me. Through the course of my own lifespan development and life experiences I learned that a healthy physical and social lifestyle is greatly driven by mental health. Unfortunately, I felt like mental health was often considered that “elephant” in the room and rarely ever addressed. As an advocate for reducing the stigma of mental health and reshaping the attitudes that society has created towards individuals that might struggle with depression, anxiety, bipolar or trauma, I believe that creating a safe and non judgmental space where people can openly share their struggles, successes, and adjustments is the first step in allowing someone to freely accept and admit that mental healthcare is important.


  • Clementon and Telehealth