Division of Psychological and Educational Services
113 West 60th Street, Room 1008-B
New York, NY 10023
Alea Holman is a licensed psychologist and credentialed school psychologist. Prior to joining the school psychology faculty at Fordham University, she served in various clinical roles, providing attachment-focused psychotherapy to children, adults, and families in community mental health and private practice settings. Holman also worked as a school psychologist at the California School for the Blind, providing mental health and assessment services. In addition, she has worked as an adjunct professor and supervisor at several universities. At Fordham, she teaches the personality assessment courses to the school and counseling psychology graduate students.
Complementary to her clinical and academic experiences, Holman provides training for parents and clinicians on topics including how to support healthy racial identities among children and families, and how to best advocate for students with special needs within the school setting. Across her professional experiences, she works as a scholar-practitioner to support the mental health and well-being of ethnically diverse communities impacted by trauma.