Dr. Alicia Anderson-Brown
Alicia Anderson-Brown, Ph.D., is currently an adjunct instructor for USC’s College of Social Work in the bachelors and masters programs. With over 30 years’ experience in the human services and substance use disorder fields, Dr. Brown has promoted and embraced the diversity of individuals from different backgrounds since 1983. As a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) and Certified Addictions Counselor II (CACII), Dr. Brown is committed to helping students and in-process counselors recognize the importance of cultural competency, multiculturalism and diversity for all human beings across multiple domains of the helping professions. Dr. Brown is a member of many national and local organizations dedicated to promoting and advocating for equality and social justice for all individuals. As a Fellow of the 2016 SC Collaborative on Race and Reconciliation, Dr. Brown is committed to the development and creation of safe race-talk for all interested parties in the State of SC and abroad.