Dr. Ashley Norwood-Strickland
Ashley Norwood-Strickland has been with Clinical Psychologists, P.C. since September 2017. She is a self-proclaimed football fanatic and band nerd. She was a part of the Auburn University Marching Band during college and went on to become Drum Major in the 2005-2006 season and again for the 2006-2007 season when she was the first female Head Drum Major in the band’s history. Although she loves music, psychology was her passion and she graduated from Auburn with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Music in 2007.
Ashley completed a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Mississippi State University in 2011, completing clinical placements on substance abuse and serious mental illness inpatient services. She returned to Auburn to complete her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University in 2017. While earning her PhD, Ashley completed clinical placements in her focus areas at the Auburn University Psychological Services Center, Mt. Meigs ABSOP Program (treatment and assessment), and the Central Alabama Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHCS). Coming from a long line of decorated war veterans, Ashley considers it a privilege to have concluded her clinical training at an APA approved internship at CAVHCS. Here she completed rotations in Primary Care/Health Psychology, Outpatient Mental Health Clinic, Chronic Pain/Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Psychology, and Military Sexual Trauma.
Ashley also received a post-doctoral Master’s in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2021 and is currently working towards prescription rights in Iowa, where she is also licensed to practice. She is also a part of the PSYPACT interstate compact, allowing her to provide telehealth services across state lines to clients in 31 states.
She is currently accepting clients on a limited basis and sees school-aged children, adolescents, college students, and adults. Ashley specializes in providing evidence-based treatments for trauma (including PTSD, childhood abuse, and sexual assault), anxiety, attachment disorders, mood disorders, chronic pain, and personality disorders. Additionally, she provides a variety of assessment services including immigration hardship evaluations, psychosocial evaluations for adoptive parents, and psychoeducational assessments for ADHD and learning disorders. Ashley maintains a part-time clinical caseload with clients at CPPC and provides primarily telehealth services, as she returns to Auburn once a month.