Dr. Amy Ellis received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Adelphi University and her undergraduate degree from Hofstra University. Dr. Ellis completed her predoctoral internship at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, a Harvard University affiliate, and completed her postdoctoral residency at The Renfrew Center of Coconut Creek.
Currently, Dr. Ellis is the Research Design and Statistical Consultant to TRIP. Additionally, Dr. Ellis works as an Assistant Professor at Albizu University. Dr. Ellis is involved in a variety of leadership activities within the American Psychological Association. She is currently the Internet Editor for APA’s Division 29 (Psychotherapy) website and serves on the Editorial Board of three APA journals. Dr. Ellis has a private practice located in Plantation, FL where she specializes in trauma, dissociation, and eating disorders. Dr. Ellis practices from a contextual model grounded in relational theory. Her research and clinical interests include the application of attachment theory to a wide range of topics, including trauma, substance abuse, eating disorders, parenting, and models of supervision.