Iva GreyWolf, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is an enrolled member of the Ft. Peck Assiniboine Tribe and on the Ancillary Rolls of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe (Anishinabe) Tribe.
Dr. GreyWolf has over 40 years of experience delivering behavioral health services primarily to Native people in rural and remote areas. She is committed to serving the underserved. Dr. GreyWolf managed a multi-site behavioral health outpatient program for many years in southeast Alaska. She is a trainer/consultant nationally and internationally on a variety of behavioral health issues such as complex trauma, co-occurring disorders, grief, clinical supervision, and resilience.
Dr. GreyWolf has served as a member and Chair of the American Psychological Association Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA) and as a member and Chair of the APA Committee on Rural Health (CRH), as a commissioner on the Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification and on the Alaska Board of Psychologists. Dr. GreyWolf has served on CEMRRAT2, the APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment Retention and Training Taskforce 2 and the APA Committee on Socioeconomic Status, CSES. Dr. GreyWolf currently serves on the Council of National Psychology Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests, CNPAAEMI and Dr. GreyWolf is the current President of the Society of Indian Psychologists.
Dr. GreyWolf received the Joseph E. Trimble & Jewell E. Horvat Distinguished Professional in Native/Indigenous Psychology Award 2019, Sponsored by Division 45 of the American Psychological Association. Dr. GreyWolf is an American Psychological Association Fellow, Division 35 Society for the Psychology of Women. She was the recipient of the Sweet Grass Award honoring an Indigenous Psychology Professional 2019, Sponsored by Division 35 Section 6 (Alaska Native/American Indian/Indigenous Women’s section) of the American Psychological Association. Dr. GreyWolf was a grateful recipient of the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program during her graduate training.