Aylah is a third-year clinical psychology doctoral student at Antioch University, offering assessment and psychotherapy services under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Aylah has experience in administration and evaluation of psychological testing for mandated parenting evaluations, as well as neuropsychological testing of adults presenting with a variety of psychological conditions. Most recently, she worked as a pre-intern in the outpatient program at Fairfax Behavioral Health Hospital, where she facilitated therapy groups and provided assessment services for adolescents and adults.
Aylah is trained in a practitioner-scholar model that emphasizes generalist clinical training and evidence-based practice. Aylah approaches her clinical and assessment work from a bio-psycho-social model. She conceptualizes her clients’ needs and experiences based upon an individual’s biological factors, their family history, social environment, and culture in which they grew up. In her spare time, Aylah loves to cook, bake, and hike the many beautiful trails Washington has to offer. Aylah is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and is looking forward to continuing her training in psychotherapy and assessments.