Alicia Francois, PsyD


"Working with children, adolescents, and young adults has taught me that no two people are alike, even if they have the same diagnosis or struggle with similar issues. For these reasons, I not only love working with these populations, but I also enjoy creating individualized treatment plans that address each person’s specific needs and goals."

Dr. Alicia Francois is a pre-licensed clinical psychologist (CA, Associate #PSB94027171) currently being supervised by Dr. Alissa Lukas (CA License #PSY30195) for all sessions at Oak Health Center.

Alicia Francois

Alicia Francois, PsyD

Beverly Hills


Dr. Alicia Francois is a Psychological Associate with Oak Health Center. She is currently in the final phase of completing her clinical hours and is a Psy.D. doctoral candidate at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles. Dr. Francois earned her B.A. at Claremont McKenna College and her M.S. from the University of Southern California. She has extensive experience administering neuropsychological assessment and working with students who have learning differences. Before transitioning into the field of psychology, Dr. Francois spent many years working with elementary, middle, high school, and college students in various capacities, including helping them to build their executive functioning, organizational, study, and academic skills. As a learning specialist, she helped students who have been diagnosed with different neuropsychological disorders to reach and exceed their educational and developmental benchmarks. While learning the skills to process and regulate one’s thoughts, feelings, and emotions at an early age is invaluable and can help to improve mental health, behavior, and overall quality of life, it is also essential to asses and accurately diagnose learning disorders so that your child can develop the appropriate skills and tools to be successful, independent learners. Dr. Francois is honing her skills in both areas and is dedicated to addressing the needs of the whole child.