Jalesa Boyd


Jalesa Boyd, MA



About Jalesa

Jalesa graduated from Colorado State University in 2020 with her Bachelor of Science in clinical counseling psychology. Jalesa discovered her interest in relational and systemic therapy during her year of working with children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As a masters
couple and family therapy student, she currently attends Adler university. Jalesa has worked with behavioral modification modalities. Her experience with behavioral modification and recognizing its limitations has bolstered her to value a systemic lens.







Jalesa also has experience working with culturally diverse populations. Her  experiences have helped her value maintaining curiosity and a non-judgmental lens when working with clients, families, and couples. Jalesa believes that therapy is a place to help clients achieve their goals within their system, all while providing a safe place to be themselves. Jalesa is a member of the American Association for Marriage and couple therapy. She is also a fellow in the APA (American Psychological Association) minority student fellowship program. Additionally, Jalesa is a member of Delta Kappa, the International Honor Society for marriage and family therapy at Adler University