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Alycia Lovato

Antioch University Seattle

Alycia is a licensed marriage and family therapist and teaching faculty at Antioch University Seattle in the Couple and Family Therapy program. She joined Antioch in 2019 as a doctoral intern at their New England campus and has since traded the East Coast for the Pacific Northwest. She has been practicing individual, couple, and family therapy since 2016 and has worked in a variety of settings including agencies, community mental health, and private practice. Her studies of interest include attachment theory, couples therapy, sex therapy, and helping couples who have faced infidelity.

Alycia has run workshops on rebuilding intimacy after infidelity across the country after completing her coursework and residency for her doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Adler University in Chicago. Her research interests involve how attachment influences partner selection, communication patterns and relationship success. She is currently finishing her dissertation titled, Sorry dad, they don’t make guys like you anymore: A study of women, their fathers and development of romantic love.

Alycia currently serves on the Faculty of Color Caucus for Antioch University.

Educational History

  • BA, Psychology, University of Colorado
  • MA, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Regis University
  • PhD, Marriage and Family Therapy, Adler University (ABD, Anticipated Graduation 2022)

Girls & Sex, Presented at The Couple and Family Therapy Open House, Chicago, IL, September 2017

American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
National Society of Leadership and Success
Psychology Honor Society (Psi Chi)
Lambda Delta Phi Honor Society

Alycia Lovato

Teaching Faculty,

AUS Couple and Family Therapy


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