• Aisha Woods Zarb-Cousin (she/her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. A native of San Antonio, Dr. Woods lived abroad during her active duty years in the United States Air Force. Dr. Woods identifies as a Black American, disabled veteran, and ciswoman. Her experience as a first generation, low-income college student led to her passion to support marginalized populations in higher education. Like each of our counselors, she assists students with the most common reasons they seek counseling: sadness/depression, anxiety/stress, and interpersonal concerns. Her specialty areas include Black Americans and mental health, racial microaggressions, the experience of people of color in higher education, and the clergy and mental health.

    • Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University
    • M.S. in Counseling Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University
    • B.S. in Social Psychology, Park University
    • Diversity Scholarship Award, Our Lady of the Lake University
    • Minority Fellow American Psychological Association (APA)
    • Counseling Center Outstanding Intern, APA Division 17 (Counseling Psychology)