Caroline Albritton Sahba, MBA, LCDC, LPC
Caroline is the Assistant Director of the Counseling and Mental Health Center, overseeing Substance Use and Recovery Services. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Master’s degree in Education in Counseling from Texas Christian University. Caroline has a passion for students in recovery and recovery advocacy. She facilitates the Collegiate Recovery Community for students in Recovery from Substance Use Disorder and consults for other peer support communities at TCU.
Caroline is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and utilizes motivational interviewing and solution-focused techniques while striving for a collaborative effort between counselor and student to identify and/or strengthen current skills necessary for future resolutions. Her areas of specialty include working with adolescents and young adults, relationships and family dynamics, resiliency, substance use, recovery, and relapse prevention. Before joining TCU, Caroline worked as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) at a residential substance use treatment facility for adolescents in Dallas, TX. Caroline obtained her MBA with an emphasis in Health Care from TCU’s Neeley School of Business in December 2020.
Lindsey Tardif, LPC
Lindsey is a Substance Use and Recovery Counselor for Alcohol and Drug Education. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Baylor University and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Texas Tech University. Lindsey is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and practices from a solution-focused stance, incorporating motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. Lindsey specializes in working with high-achieving young adults, systemic approaches, and brief therapy.
Lindsey is also a student herself; she is pursuing her Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education at TCU. Lindsey’s research interests include resilience, benefits of counseling and recovery communities, and perfectionism.
Alicia Allen, MPH
Alicia is the Coordinator for TCU’S Alcohol and Drug Awareness Coalition and social norming campaign, Power2Choose. Alicia earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Science from Western Illinois University and received her Master of Public Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Alicia has always had a passion for helping others which is what motivated her to pursue a career in public health. She believes that prevention and education are key approaches to enhancing the quality of life for the entire community.
The people closest to Alicia describe her as a “human form of sunshine.” In her spare time, she enjoys dancing, reading, and embarking on exciting and new adventures.
Robin Gildenzopf – Graduate Assistant
Robin is the Graduate Assistant for Alcohol and Drug Education and is a student in the Master’s of Education in Counseling program in the TCU College of Education. Robin earned her B.A. in Sociology and Criminal Justice with certificates in Leadership from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in May 2018 where she was also awarded the Chancellor’s Exemplary Leadership Award.
During her time as an undergraduate student, Robin served as both the President of Active Minds and the Marketing Assistant for the Campus Activities & Engagement office. She also completed cross-cultural internships with Cru’s Inner City Chicago and Nations Montana team.
Robin is ecstatic to be part of the Horned Frog family at TCU, and is excited to be an integral part of the TCU Collegiate Recovery Community. She has a passion for helping students navigate the pressures of drinking and substance use on college campuses. In her spare time she enjoys reading, biking, and walking her dog, Unlucky!
Texas Christian University endorses the Department of Education’s Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act (1989, Part 86). The regulations outlined in this act establish a set of minimum requirements for campus alcohol and other drug prevention programs. Compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act is a condition of receiving federal funds, or any form of financial assistance under any federal program. TCU has documented through the Biennial Review that it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees. TCU’s biennial compliance report is located through the link on this website and in the Alcohol & Drug Education office.
DFSCA 2020 Compliance Report
For more information contact:
Alcohol & Drug Education Office
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