Restoring hope with dignity

Management Team

Julie Curcio Alexander, Ph.D., Coordinator, Survivor Evaluation Services

Dr. Julie Curcio-Alexander is a licensed psychologist who serves as the Evaluations Coordinator and as a Supervising Psychologist in Survivor Services.  She completed her graduate training at Villanova University, Temple University and John Jay College, City University of New York. Dr. Curcio-Alexander provides clinical and administrative supervision of the evaluations team, as well as training and clinical supervision to doctoral clinical psychology students. Dr. Curcio-Alexander is trained in relational, cognitive and exposure-based psychotherapies for trauma-related and mood disorders. She also serves as an expert witness in child sexual abuse, intimate partner violence, child pornography, and child protective services cases, and has been admitted as an expert in PA Common Pleas and Federal Courts. She has published peer reviewed articles and chapters and provides continuing medical and legal education on child sexual abuse investigations, the impact of trauma on children’s development, and children with disabilities who have been maltreated. She is a frequent guest lecturer at the Perelman School of Medicine Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program. Previously, Dr. Curcio-Alexander had clinical and administrative oversight of the forensic evaluation service at the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.