Alexandra L. Adame, PhD
PhD, Clinical Psychology
Associate Professor, Psychology
Building/Room: HRDG 140G
Dr. Alexandra Adame received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Miami University and completed her training at SUNY Upstate Medical University. She teaches undergraduate courses in Introduction to Psychology, Writing for Research in Psychology, Lifestory Research, and Senior Seminar. At the graduate level, she teaches courses in Psychotherapy Theory and Community Psychology.
Teaching and Research Interests
Qualitative Research, Social Determinants of Health, Martin Buber, Housing First, Mental Health Advocacy
Adame, A. L. (in press). Self-in-relation: Martin Buber and D.W. Winnicott in dialogue. The Humanistic Psychologist.
Adame, A. L., Perry, C., & Pierce, E. (2020). Community and housing first: A qualitative analysis of U.S.A. Residents’ Perspectives. Health and Social Care in the Community, 28(4),1292-1300 DOI: 10.1111/hsc.12962
Cvetovac, M. E., & Adame, A. L. (2017). The wounded therapist: Understanding the relationship between personal suffering and clinical practice. The Humanistic Psychologist, 45(4), 348-366.
Adame, A. L., Bassman, R., Morsey, M., & Yates, K. (2017). Exploring identities of psychiatric survivor therapists: Beyond us and them.
Palgrave MacMillan. Adame, A.L. (2016). “Present through it all”: A qualitative exploration of psychotherapy and psychosis. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 59(6), 859- 876.
Zerubavel, N., & Adame, A. L. (2014). Fostering dialogue in psychology: The costs of dogma and theoretical preciousness. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11, 178-188.