Jennifer Ellis

Jennifer Ellis

Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology

jennifer.ellis2@wayne.edu

 5057 Woodward, 7th floor, Room 7502

Jennifer Ellis

Research

My research interests include:
  • The effects of co-occurring emotional distress on the development and treatment of addictive disorders.
  • Treatment for addictive disorders during particularly high stress periods (e.g., pregnancy/postpartum, following criminal justice system contact)
  • Characteristics that maximize the effectiveness of brief e-interventions for substance use treatment

 

 

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • MA, Psychology, Clinical Program, Wayne State University - 2016
  • BS, Psychology, Michigan State University - 2014

Awards and Grants

    • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Student Research Award (2018-2019)
    • Award for Graduate Students who Obtain External Support (2019)

Selected Publications

Full list of publications can be found here:

www.researchgate.net/profile/Jennifer_Ellis24

 

 

Currently Teaching

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Courses taught

PSY 2410 (Health Psychology)
PSY 3250 (Psychology of Women)
PSY 3310 (Abnormal Psychology)
PSY 3993 (Writing Intensive Lab)
PSY 1020 (Elements of Psychology)