Dr. Alex Smith

Dr. Smith Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology

Dr. Alex Smith

Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology

Department: Professional Psychology Program

1922 F Street, NW, Suite 100 Washington DC 20052

Alex Smith completed his Master of Fine Arts at the New School for Social Research and Doctor of Psychology at George Washington University. Following a clinical internship at Fordham University’s Counseling Center, Dr. Smith joined the center as a Supervising Psychologist. Dr. Smith completed his postdoctoral fellowship at the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, where he conducted psychodiagnostic testing, depth psychotherapy, and consulted on assessments of patients at hospitals and the community. Returning to Washington, DC, Dr. Smith joined St. Albans School as a Consulting Psychologist, and directed the assessment team at Quince Orchard Psychotherapy.

Currently, Dr. Smith serves as the Director of Assessment and Accommodations at St. Albans, directs the psychology program at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, and maintains a small private practice in Tenleytown.

Dr. Smith’s clinical and teaching interests include the assessment of psychosis and a transtheoretical approach to psychological assessment, supervision, and integrative approaches to psychotherapy. He lives in Bethesda, and enjoys cinema, manga, and painting in his free time.