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Angelina N. Nortey, PhD

Clinical Psychologist
Presenter and Trainer
Specialty Population(s): Adolescents and young adults
Specialty Area(s): Trauma, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), School-based Mental Health, Culturally Appropriate Assessment and Intervention

Angelina Nortey, PhD, is a clinical assistant professor in the School-Child Clinical Psychology Program at Yeshiva University. She completed her PhD in school psychology at the University of Florida and completed her internship and postdoc at Dallas Independent School District. Her primary research interests are racial disparities in school discipline and early career school psychologists’ social justice needs, with an emphasis in qualitative methodology. Her clinical interests are in wholistic and healing psychological approaches for addressing childhood trauma in young adults. Dr. Nortey has worked with non-profit organizations, state departments of education and school districts on topics related to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. She has facilitated processing groups for organizations as well as conducted educational workshops. Dr Nortey holds a leadership position on the National Association of School Psychologist (NASP) Early Career Committee and Diversity, Social Justice and Inclusion Committee for DC Psychological Association (DCPA).