Dr. Allen is the founder of LPC Associates of Texas and received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2018 and her M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Augusta State University in 2014. She is an Assistant Professor at Antioch University New England and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her clinical experience includes court-mandated treatment, custody concerns, parental alienation, criminal justice involvement, and trauma, anxiety, and depression. Her research interests include the need for a strengths-based approach when working with those involved with the criminal justice system. Additionally, she is interested in the importance of peer mentorship for counselors-in-training. Dr. Allen’s service efforts focus on the education and empowerment of novice counselors throughout the licensure process.
Director of Communications
Brittany Hudson (she/her) is an LPC Intern, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern, and the Director of Communications for LPC Associates of Texas. Brittany is also a doctoral candidate in counselor education and supervision at The University of Texas at San Antonio. She currently works at a Victims of Crime Act grant-funded counseling center providing trauma and grief counseling services to rural communities. Her scholarly interests include chronic pain, social justice advocacy, relational-cultural theory, and critical feminist research. Britany has co-led various professional and social justice advocacy projects throughout her studies. Her past roles in LPC Associates of Texas include Leadership Council Co-Chair and Professional Development & Wellness Committee Chair.
Policy and Advocacy Director
Eboni is a Nationally Certified Counselor, LPC Intern, and the Policy and Advocacy Director for LPC Associates of Texas. She received her Master of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in 2018 and is the Director of Counseling and Consultation at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas. Her clinical experience includes work with individuals in the LGBT+ community, individuals living with STDs, first-generation college students, and juveniles in detention. Her professional service and interests include presenting psychoeducation in a light-hearted and practical way, focused advocacy for mental health professionals, and supporting the emotional well-being of single parents and young adults.