Dr. Aline J. Milfort is a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and a Licensed Psychologist with Provisional Status. She received her doctorate degree in School Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Milfort has experience conducting comprehensive evaluations, providing counseling services to culturally and economically diverse K-12 students, and consulting with school personnel and families to effectively support students. Presently, she is completing her post-doctoral fellowship at Moore Mental Health and Behavioral Services.
It has always been my passion to help culturally diverse and disadvantaged populations develop
the tools needed to flourish. Through a culturally competent lens, I work with adolescents, women, and families who struggle with life transitions, anxiety, grief, low self-esteem, depression, and trauma. I also provide comprehensive psychological assessments for school-age children, adolescents, and young adults.
I also find joy in helping religious leaders who struggle with burnout, stress, depression, and anxiety regain balance by making wellness their top priority. My goal is for my clients to feel safe, seen, heard, understood, and empowered in session while feeling confident they are learning the necessary tools needed to handle life circumstances. I use an integrative and humanistic approach, meaning I draw tools from various evidence-based practices to best understand and support those I work with.
More About Me:
I am a Haitian-American and bilingual in English and Haitian Creole. I was born and raised in South Florida. My favorite personal activities include trying new restaurants and coffee shops, taking nature walks, ATV riding, volunteering within the community, attending church, and relaxing at home. Additionally, I am the Co-Founder and Director of Marketing for the Black School Psychologists Network, Inc. (BSPN). BSPN is an organization aimed to increase the recruitment and retention of Black School Psychologists through support and encouragement. The organization provides tools to become more culturally responsive and resources to enhance the work and well-being of school psychologists and graduate students nationwide.
- Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), School Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Master of Science in School Psychology, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Master of Human Services in Child Protection, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL