Dr. Felicia Pressley, PhD, LPC-S
Areas of Focus:
Adolescent and Family Dynamics, and Multicultural issues
- Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, Auburn University, 2013.
- Ed.S., Counseling and Development, Auburn University Montgomery, 2007.
- M.S., Counseling, Alabama State University, 2002.
- B.S., Psychology, Alabama State University, 1997
Dr. Felicia Pressley is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Alabama .She started as an adjunct professor at the Atlanta campus before securing the Assistant Professor position at the Northern Virginia campus. Dr. Pressley is new to the area but not to Argosy University. She has professional experiences as a Clinical Supervisor, Faculty member, Private Practice and Scholarship. Dr. Pressley has presented at National, Regional and State Conferences with her research primarily focuses on the influence of family, multiculturalism, social & racial justice issue, and African American Mental Health. She is a current member of the Alabama Counseling Association and American Counseling Association.
- American Counseling Association (ACA)
- Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
- Association for Specialist in Group Work (ASGW)
- Alabama Counseling Association (ACA)
Hancock, E. & Pressley, F. D. (2015). Social Justice and Disability. Presentation at the Annual Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA) Conference: Montgomery, Alabama –November 2015
Pressley, F. D. (2015). Ethics in Multicultural Counseling. Presentation at the Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA) Chapter I & II Spring Workshop: Florence , Alabama –April 2015.
Hancock, E. & Pressley, F. D. (2014). Computer and the Counselor: Ethical Considerations of Using Technology. Presentation at the Annual Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA) Conference: Huntsville, Alabama –November 2014
Hancock, E. & Pressley, F. D. (2014). Multicultural Competence: Advocacy and Accessibility for Individuals with Disabilities. Presentation at the Annual Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA) Conference: Huntsville, Alabama –November 2014