Dr. Britney Alford received her masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Alford completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Ohio Psychology Internship Consortium in Ravenna, Ohio. Dr. Alford’s pre-doctoral and post-doctoral trainings were completed within an array of clinical settings (i.e., forensic, community mental health, private practice, transitional facilities, shelters, and inpatient alcohol and drug treatment). Dr. Alford approaches clinical conceptualization from the theoretical orientations of Family Systems and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Dr. Alford’s clinical interests include substance use/dependence, forensics, domestic violence, homelessness, multicultural psychology, cultural competency, and issues related to race and diversity. Dr. Alford has approximately eight years’ worth of clinical experience, which has consisted of crisis intervention and prevention, brief and long-term therapy sessions with individuals, couples, and families, and facilitating psycho-educational and process group therapy sessions.