Keri Boyd, Ph.D.
Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association (APIA)
Dr. Keri Boyd is a Licensed Psychologist born and raised in Alaska. She earned her doctoral degree from the UAF Clinical-Community Ph.D. program with a rural and Indigenous emphasis, and completed her pre-doctoral internship in Nome. Keri has worked in Community Mental Health, Tribal Health, Hospital, intensive outpatient, and educational settings in rural and urban communities throughout Alaska. She has experience providing individual and group psychotherapy with a variety of adults and teens across a range of clinical conditions including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, relational distress, and identity development. Her approach to treatment is collaborative and relational with grounding in short-term dynamic and existential psychotherapy. Her research interests are community-based and participatory research methodology and Alaska Native Successful Aging. Dr. Boyd has been with APIA since 2018 in a variety of roles and is currently providing direct care, supervision, and serves as a faculty member for AK-PIC and the Alaska Tribal Fellowship. She is passionate about living and working in Alaska and committed to supporting the health and well-being of all Alaskans. Outside of work she and her partner enjoy all things outdoors and spending time with family, friends, and pups.