R. Sheree Bodiford, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, AL # 2004
Director, Psychological Assessment and Treatment Clinic at Alabama Psychiatry
Training Director, Alabama Psychiatry Clinical Psychology Training Consortium
Rebecca Sheree Bodiford is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (AL #2004) and received her Ph.D. in Combined Integrated Clinical and Counseling Psychology from The University of South Alabama in 2014. She completed her informal post-doctoral work and intensive training in Autism Spectrum Disorders at Glenwood Autism and Behavioral Health Center, Montgomery Clinic in 2015. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Lawrence Hall Youth Services through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Community Leadership Internship Consortium in Chicago, Illinois during 2013 – 2014 academic year. Previously, she completed her M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at The University of South Alabama (2008 – 2010) and her B.S. in Psychology at Auburn University at Montgomery (class of 2007). After completing her Ph.D., she returned to her hometown of Montgomery, Alabama to begin her career as a psychologist working with children, adolescents, and adults in community outpatient setting. Since 2016 she has been a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Alabama, and she joined the Alabama Psychiatry treatment family in 2018 at the Montgomery clinic. Within the Alabama Psychiatry family, she serves as Psychology Lead and guides a team of allied mental health professionals, psychological technicians, and clinical psychology graduate students to provide client-focused, evidence-based psychotherapy and psychological assessment services. She specializes in the clinical treatment and assessment of children, adolescents, and adults with internalizing, externalizing, and neurodevelopmental disorders, such as depression, anxiety, behavioral disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is the Director of the Psychological Assessment and Treatment Clinic at Alabama Psychiatry, which serves all presenting problems from ages 2 months into adulthood, as well as the Training Director of the Alabama Psychiatry Clinical Psychology Training Consortium which trains graduate students in clinical psychology and fosters community partnerships that serve underserved populations. In addition, she has a special interest in clinical supervision, juvenile justice, and assisting organizations and clinicians in improving their clinical outcomes by implementing evidence-based practices. She is deeply passionate about providing evidence-based treatment to all people, being a partner to clients to assist them with presenting problems, and serving families in the local community through high quality psychological care.