Alea Holman, PhD, MPH is a licensed psychologist and credentialed school psychologist residing in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Holman has experience working in schools, community mental health, and private practice. Presently, she works remotely as a clinical supervisor at WestCoast Children’s Clinic in Oakland, CA. She also supervises doctoral students at the Queens College Psychological Center and is a part of the Rennicke & Associates private practice group, both based in New York City. Previously, she served as an Assistant Professor of School Psychology in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University. Her scholarship focuses on best practices for providing culturally-integrative, therapeutic, collaborative psychological assessment. Dr. Holman presents on topics including how to support healthy racial identities among children and families, how to best advocate for students with special needs within the school setting, and best practices for antiracist psychological assessment. Her educational background includes doctoral studies in School Psychology at UC Berkeley, Master of Public Health at Columbia University, and undergraduate studies in Human Biology and African and African American Studies at Stanford University.