Vacc Clinic


Clinic operations are overseen by the Clinic Director, a full-time faculty member from the UNC Greensboro Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED). Each academic year select students are chosen to staff the Vacc Clinic through graduate assistantship and internship appointments.


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Dr. Cannon has expertise in evidence-based counseling practices, impact of mindfulness and experiences of trauma on mental health, attachment, and counselor development, and the promotion of healthy relationships. She also works through a wellness lens and promotes holistic healing and wellness. She works as both a university professor and private practitioner. She counsels clients with a range of concerns (e.g., addictions, trauma, relationship/family, depression, anxiety, disordered eating, co-occurring disorders) and has worked in a variety of settings (e.g., residential treatment, college counselor centers, private practice). She also provides supervision and mentorship to counselors and counselors-in-training.


  • PhD Counseling and Counselor Education, UNC Greensboro
  • MSEd Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Specialization in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
  • BA Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
  • AA American Sign Language, John A. Logan College


  • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
  • National Certified Counselor (NCC)
  • Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS)

Assistant Director

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Alisha Miller is a private practitioner, delivering empathetic and evidence-based counseling to her largely adolescent and young adult population in Greensboro. She is devoted to the need for support and validation of the student population, and celebrates the diversity and resiliency of her clientele. As an alumnus of the CED department at UNC Greensboro, Alisha is passionate in the pursuit of assisting the growth and evolution of the Vacc Clinic, as it serves as an integral part of master students’ success as learning counselors.


  • M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • B.A. in Elementary Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Licensed Professional Counseling Associate (#A13345)

Graduate Assistantships

Typically, master’s-level students serve as Clinic Resource Assistants, and are responsible for screening, scheduling, and recording sessions. At the doctoral level, graduate assistants are responsible for outreach, special projects, and group, individual, couple, and family counseling services. Each year one graduate assistant acts as coordinator of the SIP, AMP, and Making Better Choices programs, which are aimed at working with UNC Greensboro students who may need additional support to succeed within the University setting.


Master’s and doctoral-level internships are available in the Clinic. In addition, the Jack Bardon Fellowship offers one carefully chosen master’s or doctoral level student a stipend for an internship in the Clinic each academic year.

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Brittney Yetter – Master’s Level Intern
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Bethany Hagopian – Master’s Level Intern