Aimee Hicks, MS, APC, NCC, MAC, DOT SAP, is an assistant professor in the Counseling Department with expertise in substance abuse and trauma. Hicks has worked in the substance abuse field for 15 years and specializes in treatment groups and individual therapy. She holds a master addiction counselor license and is actively involved in research in substance abuse and grief/trauma therapy. Hicks is an active member of the Nebraska Counseling Association and the American Counseling Association.
Hicks has presented nationally for NAADAC, LPCGA, Atlanta Research Conference, DBHDD, NASAP, and Georgia Council of Accountability Court Judges Annual Training Conferences in the field of substance abuse and trauma.
Before joining the faculty at Wayne State College in 2020, she worked as adjunct professor at Mercer University in Atlanta in the Counselor Supervision and Education Department and served as a Clinical Evaluator/Treatment Provider for DBHDD in Georgia.
Doctoral Candidate, Counselor Supervision and Education, Mercer University, 2020
M.S. Clinical Mental Health, Mercer University, 2018
B.S., Mercer University, 2015
A.S. Business Administration and Human Resources
MAC, Master Addiction Counselor
DOT SAP Qualification