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Alicia A. Bosley

Assistant Professor of Counseling and Mental Health Professions


Degrees

PHD, 2014, Nova Southeastern Univ; MA, 2010, Antioch University New England; BS, 2005, Colorado State Univ


Bio

Alicia Bosley was born and raised in Colorado. From an early age, she was raised to value relationships and diversity. She earned her bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University, her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Antioch University New England, and her doctoral degree at Nova Southeastern University. She spent two years post graduation working with immigrant and LGBTQ+ communities in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while adjunct teaching at Nova Southeastern University. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist (MFT) in New York state and has an active private practice working with couples, families, and individuals.





Teaching Interests

Diversity, social justice, and inclusion
Couple relationships
Gender and Sexuality
LGBTQ+ individuals, couples, and families
MFT theories and models
Mindfulness and the mind-body connection in mental health

Research Interests

Diversity, social justice, and inclusion
Couple relationships
LGBTQ+ issues
Mental health stigma
Biopsychological aspects of therapy
Impacts of sociopolitical climate on relationships and individual well-being

Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
LGBT 180U (IS) LGBT RELATIONSHIPS Undergraduate
MFT 204 INDIVDL & FAM LIFE CYCLE DEVMT Graduate
MFT 205 HIST & SOC ASPCT FAM DEVL&THRY Graduate
MFT 286A INTRO TO COUPLE & FAM THERAPY Graduate
MFT 298 GROUP SPRVSN MARR & FAM THRPY Graduate
MFT 299 SPRVSD MARRIAGE & FAM THRPY II Graduate
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