Zoe Ross-Nash is a fourth year psychology trainee getting her PsyD in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. She is originally from Allendale, New Jersey and completed her bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Service Studies and Dance from Elon University in Elon, North Carolina. She received her master's in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Ross-Nash completed her practicum experiences at the Trauma Resolution and Integration Program, where she is currently a Research Coordinator. She was also a trainee at the Healthy Lifestyles Guided Self Change Clinic, where she was a Program Coordinator. She will be an elective practicum student at the Renfrew Center. Ross-Nash was the president for the Eating Disorder Awareness Association for two years and the vice president and founding member of PsychEdge, a student led organization to promote advocacy. She is also the Division 29 Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy Associate Editor for Website Content. She has published in the North American Journal Of Psychology on the correlation of Anorexia and Perfectionism with her undergraduate research advisor. Zoe's clinical interests include trauma, eating disorders, wellness, and advocacy. In her spare time, Zoe likes to practice yoga and ballet, read and write poetry, and try new restaurants with her loved ones.
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