Khoi C. Bishop is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Distance Credential Counselor (DCC). He received a Master’s of Science Degree in Counseling\Psychology from the University of West Alabama, Livingston, Alabama. He is a member of the Alabama Counseling Association, National Board of Certified Counselors and The Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling of Alabama.

He works with adolescents and adults and has experience working with treatment issues such as depression, grief, suicide, gender identity issues, anger- management, stress, anxiety and has extensive experience working with adolescences who has survived sexual, emotional and physical abuse. Khoi is also a former Employee of Jefferson County DHR and Gateway Family Services and Gateway Residential Treatment Center. He has over 18 years of experience in the counseling profession including adolescent treatment centers, home preservations agencies and community mental health.

Before coming to work at UAB’s Employee Assistance and Counseling, Khoi worked 8 years at UAB’s Student Counseling Services, as a counselor and the Outreach Coordinator. Where he provided individual therapy and presented lectures to freshmen classes on Stress Management, Anxiety and Depression. Khoi also worked with the School of Medicine and provide monthly lecture series to undergraduates on various topics. He also coordinated the Student Orientations and the wellness screening across campus. Prior to coming to UAB he was a therapist at Gateway Family Counseling.

In his current position, he provides individual therapy to employees and their families and implements and presents programs that are beneficial to employee wellness.

PilatesFall2016FlyerOct. 17-Dec. 19

Every Monday and Wednesday (no class Nov. 2 or 16 or Dec. 7)

Location: 2112 11th Ave S. Ste. 330 Birmingham, AL 35205

Led by: Led by Terrie Adams, Yoga Instructor

Pilates exercise is conditioning for the entire body that focuses on the power house of the deep core muscles. It stabilizes and strengthens the core, balances the body, and provides support for the spine. The foundation of Pilates exercise focuses on quality over quantity. It does not include a lot of repetitions rather exercise that is done with precision with significant results. The essence of Pilates focuses on core strength, proper alignment, awareness, breathing, centering, concentration, control, precision, and flowing movement. For a stronger core, more sculpted muscles, and to gain flexibility...join us for Pilates! Bring a Yoga mat, towel, water and a friend! 

RecognizingADHDAwarenessMonthSept. 28, 2016

noon-1 p.m.

West Pavilion Conference Center Board Room


Led by: Cryshelle Patterson, PhD, Clinical Psychologist


Why you should attend:

  • Learn ADHD diagnostic criteria
  • Know the impact of ADHD
  • Awareness of assessment and treatment options of ADHD
  • Focus not only on reducing symptons, but also on improving life functioning

View the event flyer here.