LPC, CSAC, ICS, CCM, PMH-C
Alicia went to St. Norbert College, and in 2010 earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. In 2010 she moved to Milwaukee, WI to start the Master of Arts in Community Counseling program at Marquette University. During her time at MU, she interned for the Behavior Clinic at Penfield Children’s Center, conducting in-home therapy with low-income families. She also spent some time as a research assistant for the Behavior Clinic, inputting data for research and co-authoring in a research article. Once she received her M.A. in Community Counseling in 2012, she worked with individuals of all ages at a substance abuse clinic in the inner city of Milwaukee. For 2 years, Alicia gained experience working with MAT (medication-assisted treatment) and dually-diagnosed clients in 1:1 and group settings. In 2014 she started at Roots Counseling Services, where she became the Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Director, working with a younger population in substance abuse counseling, utilizing an abstinence-based and 12-step approach to recovery. In 2019 she opened Fleischmann Counseling, LLC in Elm Grove, WI, focusing her current work on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in moms, general mental health, and couples counseling.
Alicia holds her LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor), CSAC (Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor), PMH-C (Perinatal Mental Health Certification), CCM (Certified Case Manager), and ICS (Independent Clinical Supervisor) licensures in the state of WI. She is trained in CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), MI (Motivational Interviewing), PMADS (Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders), couples counseling (Gottman method), parenting skills (PCIT- parent child interaction therapy), and clinical supervision. She is listed as a resource for moms struggling with mental health on the MMHI (Mom’s Mental Health Initiative) website.
In her free time, Alicia serves as an Elizabeth Minister at her local parish. She is also on the Board of Directors for Love + Lift Inc., a local non-profit organization that aims to build community and inspire beautiful through intentional acts of kindness. She is a mom of 2 lively ladies, Jovie (4yo) and Audrey (1.5 yo). She enjoys spending time with her family, including her husband of 9 years (Bryan) and pup (Jordy). Aside from family time and helping others, she loves cooking and trying new recipes.
ALL ABOUT THERAPY
My treatment philosophy is to help empower clients to do their best and develop skills to cope with their main concern(s), through empathy and support.
I utilize evidence-based approaches unique to each individual, to help guide them toward healing. I offer individual, couples' and family counseling sessions. In therapy, we will together develop a personalized plan to help guide our sessions.
During our first session, we complete a biopsychosocial assessment, looking at all areas of development and life. We discuss if there is a diagnosis, and together develop a treatment plan, including goals for therapy and frequency of sessions. For minors, parents are welcome at any session. Typically, I complete a check-in with parent and child at each session, have time alone (if comfortable) with the child, and a check-out with parent and child at end of session. For new moms, babies are welcome to join your session if childcare is a barrier to you receiving help.
Telehealth services are available, some insurance plans will cover these services.