Alicia Ray (pictured on the right)
This is my 9th year as a school counselor in Baldwin County. I was an itinerant school counselor based at Daphne Middle School before transferring to the role of full time counselor at WJ Carroll Intermediate School on October 1, 2020. Prior to moving to Alabama, I was a school counselor in Montgomery County, Maryland where I worked as an elementary counselor for 6 years in a K-5 school and as middle school counselor for 7 years with grades 6 - 8. I have a BS in Family and Child Development from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, VA) and MS in School Counseling from George Washington University (Washington, DC). I am also a National Board Certified Counselor. My professional association memberships include the American School Counseling Association, Alabama Counseling Association, Alabama School Counseling Association and the National Board of Certified Counselors.
2018 Bronze RAVE Award recipient (Alabama School Counselor Association)
2019 Silver RAVE Award recipient (Alabama School Counselor Association)
2020 Gold RAVE Award recipient (Alabama School Counselor Association)
Brittany Mistich (pictured on the left)
I am a National Board-Certified Counselor. I have a B.A. in Psychology and a M.Ed. in School Counseling with a cognate in Clinical Mental Health from the University of South Alabama. I am a member of the American School Counseling Association, the National Board of Certified Counselors, the National Career Development Association, the Alabama Counseling Association, and I serve as the Professional Recognition Committee Assistant Chair for the Alabama School Counselor Association. I worked as a school counselor in Mobile County for the past three years, supporting grades K-8. This is my first year as a school counselor in Baldwin County, and I am happy to support students as the itinerant school counselor for Daphne Elementary School and W.J. Carroll Intermediate School.