Dr. Alexander has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses at several universities. Courses taught/co-taught include:

  • Clinical Forensic Assessment (G)

  • Cognitive Assessment (G)

  • Evaluation and Treatment of the Juvenile Offender (G)

  • Experiential Learning (Police and Criminal Psychology; U)

  • Family Systems & Therapy (G)

  • Fundamentals of Forensic Psychology (G)

  • Introduction to Clinical Methods and Ethics (G)

  • Introduction to Forensic Psychology (U)

  • Introduction to Psychology (U)

  • Psychology, Public Policy, & Advocacy (G)

  • Practicum II: Introduction to Multicultural Issues (G)

Dr. Alexander has also presented at local, national, and international conferences. Here is a list of some organizations for which she has presented at their conference:

  • American Psychology-Law Society (APLS)

  • Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

  • Alabama Psychological Association

  • Black Doctoral Network

  • British Psychological Society (BPS)

  • Colorado Advocacy in Action (CAIA) Conference

  • Cherry Creek Diversity Conference

  • Northern Colorado Diversity Conference

  • Radford University Gender Studies Conference

  • The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology

  • Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology

For a full list of her presentations, please visit the CV link within the Research tab.

If you would like for Dr. Alexander to present for your class (In-person or Skype), organization, and/or conference, please contact her at apryl.alexander@du.edu.