Alglozia K. Kennedy

Alglozia K. Kennedy, M.A.

Doctoral Psychology Intern

Alglozia Kennedy, M.A. is a Doctoral Psychology Intern from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology – Chicago campus who is working under the supervision of Robin McLeod, Ph.D., LP and Greg Picker, Psy.D., L.P.

Alglozia is passionate about helping other people of color reach their full potential through healing past traumatic experiences that impair relational, academic, and vocational functioning. Her practice includes psychological evaluations and individual therapy with adolescents through adulthood. Alglozia takes a client-centered approach to the assessment and treatment of mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, adjustment issues, and co-occurring substance use disorders and mental illness. Alglozia uses techniques to understand her client’s subjective experiences through a developmental – relational lens, and when appropriate, uses psychological testing to assist with diagnostic clarification.

Alglozia received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and criminal justice from Metropolitan State University before attaining a master’s degree in forensic psychology in 2011 and a master’s degree in clinical psychology in 2016 from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology.

She specializes in ADHD and learning disability assessments for adults, dementia and Alzheimer’s assessments for older adults, and psychological evaluations for diagnostic clarity for all age groups.

Alglozia sees clients at the Woodbury and University Avenue locations, and she is supervised by Robin McLeod, Ph.D., L.P., and Greg Picker, Psy.D., L.P.