Dr. Alicia Rozycki, PhD
Dr. Alicia Rozycki is one of Unfilteredd’s go-to experts for information about narcissism and narcissistic abuse.
She works closely with Juliana and Elijah to ensure Unfilteredd’s content is accurate, actionable, inclusive, and trustworthy.
Dr. Alicia Rozycki is a highly qualified and experienced psychologist, holding a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Texas Tech University.
Her journey in psychology began with a Bachelor’s degree, where she graduated Cum Laude with Honors in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park, also exploring her artistic side with a BA in Art Studio.
Her professional affiliations are a testament to her dedication to the field.
She’s a proud member of APA Division 42, focusing on Independent Practice, and is recognized by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists.
What sets Dr. Rozycki apart is her extensive certification in telehealth, being a Board Certified Telehealth Professional Level II.
Her expertise is accessible across state lines, as she is a licensed psychologist in Florida (PY9817), Colorado (PSY.0005411), Pennsylvania (PS019579), and Maryland (#06810).
Her notable achievements include receiving a prestigious Presidential Citation in 2018 from APA Division 10, which focuses on the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.
This accolade highlights her unique blend of psychology and art, underscoring her holistic approach to therapy.
Dr. Rozycki’s blend of academic excellence, professional dedication, and her unique approach to integrating creativity in therapy make her a standout professional in her field.
She has studied narcissism and domestic violence in her training, beginning post-undergraduate as an assistant for a one-year college course on domestic violence, which included didactic work in a shelter.
She has volunteered in shelters and lectured medical students on domestic violence. She has studied narcissism as an element of her clinical work through coursework and independent study.
She is intimately familiar with the impacts of narcissistic behavior in family dynamics and workplace settings.
Helping clients navigate narcissistic relationships and heal from the abuse has been a clinical focus, particularly in mother-daughter relationships.