Alicia Doman is a doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology from the APA-accredited program at Brigham Young University. As part of her doctoral training she has worked at the Counseling and Psychological services at BYU for two years. In this setting, Alicia worked with anxiety, depression, perfectionism, eating concerns, trauma, and sexual minorities. Alicia has also been a co-leader in numerous eating disorder focused group therapies.
In 8th grade, Alicia read a book about eating disorders and since that time has had a passion for working for those who struggle with eating disorders. This passion led her to work at a highly regarded specialized eating disorder treatment center, where she was a care technician for two years. This experience has led her to pursue opportunities to work with those who struggle from eating disorders.
Alicia enjoys immersing herself in different cultures by doing humanitarian work and spending time overseas. Alicia respects the life experiences of others and creates a trusting environment where those she works with feel safe. Alicia approaches therapy from a humanistic therapy perspective. This foundation, along with aspects of emotion focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy create an environment where the client feels valued and supported.