Aliya Chapman, Ph.D., LCP
Aliya is a staff psychologist at Cook Counseling Center. Her clinical interests include women’s issues, religion/spirituality issues, bicultural identity integration, identity formation, depression and anxiety management, and working with international students and minorities of all kinds.
Aliya’s research focuses on the strengths, issues, and resources of the American Muslim community; she has clinical experience in working with American Muslims and other religious and cultural minorities both on and off campus. Her therapeutic style is influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT), psychodynamic theories, and multicultural theories. As part of her clinical work, she encourages her clients to find and pursue the activities they love.
Aliya holds an Ph.D. in clinical psychology from George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and is licensed as a clinical psychologist in Virginia.