Allison Spargo

Core Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Allison L. Spargo, Ph.D., is a licensed professional counselor with a background in family and individual counseling. Allison has been a counselor education for more than ten years working with masters and doctoral level students in a variety of ways. Allison has worked with clients dealing with substance abuse, mental health issues, wellness, and developmental concerns ranging from childhood through older age. Allison has experience in private practice, community agency, and academia. She is an active member of both local and national counseling organizations and believes in positivity, empowerment, and systemic change.


PhD, Georgia State University

MEd, College of William and Mary

BS, James Madison University


Crowe, A., Spargo, A. L., Mullen, P. Counselor, Know Thyself. The Impact of Mental Health Literacy and Stigma on Stress and Satisfaction in Practicing Counselors. Journal of Counseling Research and Practice

Hayes, A. K., spargo, a. (2017). Integrating Religion/Spirituality: An Effective Treatment Modality for Veteran Women Post Trauma.. MGCA

Crowe, A., Spargo, A., Patrick, M. Investigating the relationship between counselor wellness, help seeking behaviors and attitudes towards mental health concerns..