Get to Know Dr. Ulofoshio 

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Licensed Psychologist

**Only Accepting Patients for Testing/Evaluation

In her psychology field experience and training, Dr. Ulofoshio was privileged to work at various training sites in Las Vegas where she had exposure providing psychological services to a diverse population that consisted of children, adolescents, adults, veterans, police department, Bureau of Disability Adjudication, vocational rehabilitation, and other private and public sector organizations.


Before completing her doctoral studies, Dr. Ulofoshio worked for many years as a Care Coordinator for the elderly and adults with physical disabilities in Alaska where she provided information about resources including the Medicaid waiver program, assessed and advocated for patient needs, and connected patients with needed services. She also acquired professional experience in the human service field as a volunteer crisis line counselor in addition to her work with other community agencies in Anchorage.


In her free time, Dr. Ulofoshio enjoys spending time with her family and watching her sons play sports. She also enjoys fashion, watching suspenseful and romantic comedic television shows, animated movies, improving her knowledge, and taking care of herself and her family.

Dr. Joyce Ulofoshio, Ph.D



Dr. Ulofoshio completed her undergraduate studies with a bachelor’s degree in Justice and a Minor in Psychology from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.  She went on to earn her master's degree in Psychology from Walden University where she continued on to earn her Ph.D. with a specialization in Clinical Psychology in 2017. Her doctoral dissertation was a qualitative study on the experiences of mothers raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Nigeria with a focus on effecting positive social change by increasing awareness about ASD and support in Nigeria. Her research findings can be utilized to educate healthcare professionals and others working with families of individuals with ASD in Nigeria, to improve their understanding, sensitivity, and empathy towards patients.