Corbella Counseling​

Alysia is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Toni Scalise M.Ed., LPC-S, RPTS, NCC.

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Alysia grew up appreciating the diverse salad bowl of cultures H-Town has to offer. Alysia’s community service oriented travels to other cultures inspired her passion to learn from human experiences as a counselor.

She graduated in October of 2018 from Southern Methodist University with a Master of Science in Counseling. During her clinical training, she interned at the SMU Center for Family Counseling where she counseled a wide variety of clients with concerns including depression, anxiety, aggression, identity, self-worth, and multicultural. While at SMU, she facilitated both therapeutic and psycho-educational group experiences for young adults on the autistic spectrum and provided onsite mentorship to students at the University of North Texas. Alysia has also worked in community agencies providing both grief support services and Applied Behavior Analysis.

Through her education and community involvement, Alysia has worked with children, adolescents, and adults.  She has additional training in substance-related and addictive disorders, as well as sexuality.

Alysia incorporates Developmental Counseling and Therapy as her foundation as it provides her with the ability to both maximize client potential and understand the unique struggles of others.

Alysia joined Corbella in October of 2018. She offers flexible weeknight and weekend appointments.

Alysia Puckett

 M.s., lpc-intern, NCC

under the supervision of 

Toni Scalise
M.Ed., LPCs, rpts, ncc


Licensed Professional  Counselor-Intern


Southern Methodist University

   M.S., Counseling

Texas Christian University, 

    B.S., Psychology

Associations & Organizations

American Counseling Association

Association for Play Therapy

Association for Play Therapy: North Texas Chapter

Focus Areas

Autism spectrum disorders
Self esteem
Multicultural issues
Behavioral issues
Grief and loss
Relationship concerns
Career related concerns


Young Adults

214-433-6433 XT 705