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Adriana Bovee

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Adriana Bovee is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) in the state of Florida. She is also a board-qualified supervisor in Florida and provides clinical supervision. She received her Master's degree from Nova Southeastern University. She also graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelor's degree in psychology. Ms. Bovee is finalizing her dissertation for completion of her Ph.D. degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Walden University. She is currently an administrator at a hospital that treats acute mental health and substance use disorders. She also maintains her private practice (Bovee Counseling and Wellness) where she specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety.

Ms. Bovee's current research interests include acute mental health, resilience, and leadership. She is a member of several professional counseling organizations. She has presented at several conferences in Florida.

Courses Taught



BS, Nova Southeastern University

MS, Nova Southeastern University

Public Service

Potential Church, Volunteer - Cooper City, FL United States


Bovee, A. A., Fullilove, C. (2020). Let’s Think Prevention: Tools and Treatment for Adolescents in Psychiatric Crisis. Innovate, Educate, Celebrate.

Bovee, A. A., Fullilove, C. (2019). Counselor Self-Care in Work with Crisis: Five Keys of Functioning. Florida Counseling Association.