Alaleh “Allie” Selkirk, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto, a Master’s degree in Education from National University, a Doctorate in General Psychology from Capella Univeristy Harold Abel School of Psychology, and a Post-Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
Allie started her career as an elementary school teacher. While raising her small children, Dr. Selkirk became increasingly curious and passionate about human development, leading her to pursue a Ph.D. in Psychology. She became a Commissioned Naval Officer and a Navy psychologist for nine years before entering private practice. Dr. Selkirk has specialized training in trauma treatment, depression treatment, anxiety treatment, and insomnia treatment, as well as extensive experience working with anger, relationship issues, and personality disorders.
In addition to multiple Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, Dr. Selkirk is meritoriously honored as a lifetime member of America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals, distinguished by the International Association of Healthcare Professionals and Doctors of Excellence as a Top Psychologist in Beverly Hills, California, and featured as an Icon of Beverly Hills in the 2019 edition of Modern Luxury Magazine.
University of Toronto
Dr. Selkirk earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto
Dr. Selkirk earned her Master’s degree in Education from National University
Dr. Selkirk earned her Doctorate in General Psychology from Capella University Harold Abel School of Psychology
Fielding Graduate University
Dr. Selkirk earned her Post-Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
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