Alice LoCicero, Ph.D.        


Dr. Alice LoCicero is a board-certified clinical psychologist, currently practicing psychotherapy and supervising students at The Wright Institute, in the San Francisco bay area.  She is an active member of the American Arab, Middle Eastern and North African Psychological Association (AMENAPSY.) Prior to moving to the bay area in 2016, Dr. LoCicero was a faculty member at the Center for Multi-cultural Training in Psychology,  faculty member at Suffolk University, Boston, director of a small clinical service at the Chelsea, MA Juvenile Court Clinic, and president of the board of directors of DeNovo Center for Justice and Healing, Cambridge, MA. As an advocate for nonviolent direct action, Dr. LoCicero provided onsite emotional support to water protectors in the Standing Rock environmental movement in 2016, under the guidance of Dr. Lisa Grayshield and the Society for Indian Psychologists (SIP.) A long-term advocate for peace and human rights, Dr. LoCicero is past president of the Society for Peace, Conflict and Violence, Division 48 of the American Psychological Association.  She is the 2018 recipient of the Anthony J. Marsella Award for Peace and Social Justice, given by Psychologists for Social Responsibility.