Michael Alcee, PhD

Michael Alcee, PhD Michael Alcee, PhD is a clinical psychologist and former training coordinator who specializes in using his background in music, literature, and the arts to help beginning clinicians develop their unique therapeutic voice. He is a two-time TEDx speaker, regular podcast contributor, and winner of the APA Division 39/Section V Schillinger Memorial prize for his essay "Reading the Changes: Freud's Improvisational Art" on the link between jazz and psychoanalysis. In addition to his private practice, he is currently Mental Health Coordinator at Manhattan School of Music and adjunct professor of psychology at William Patterson University. He is currently in production of a podcast series with Nathan Engel entitled Live Life Creatively, focusing on the links between artistic and personal creativity, and working on a book project entitled Developing a Therapeutic Voice. Get more details on his website.

Reclaiming Our Artistry, One Session at a Time

By Michael Alcee, PhD