Ali Al-Humadi is a second-year doctoral student at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology’s Clinical Psychology program. Prior to coming to Denver, he attended Harvard University Extension School in Cambridge, MA, working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. Ali’s professional interests include neuropsychological assessment, forensic psychology, and providing therapy for individuals, families, and couples.
He has worked in various settings, including hospitals, private practices, court mandated intervention sites, and a rehabilitation and nursing center. He has worked with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, dementia, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, as well as forensic involvement In addition to providing clinical services, he is currently working on research investigating new measures for performance validity and effort in neuropsychological testing.
Areas of Interest:
Traumatic & Acquired Brain Injury
Anxiety and Depression++
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Couples and Family Therapy
Ali is from Buffalo, NY. He earned his BA from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Before pursuing training in clinical psychology, he has worked at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University as an instructor in Honors Biology and Chemistry.
He has been living in Denver since August 2017 and is enjoying all the great hiking scenery that Colorado has to offer. Other than hiking, his interests include tennis, archery, scuba diving, and skiing.