Amy Elliott Ph.D. LPC RDT 919-724-1002 amy@amy-elliott.com
Amy Elliott  Ph.D. LPC  RDT                                                                                                         919-724-1002amy@amy-elliott.com 

Amy Elliott  Ph.D.  LPC  RDT 

 

Amy Elliott, Ph.D. LPC RDT

 

  • Ph.D. Performance Studies, New York University
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, North Carolina
  • Registered Drama Therapist, North American Association for Drama Therapy
  • EMDR cerfiication 
  • Training in Trauma Focused Cogntive Behavior Therapy for children; in supervision process. 

 

     Over the past 25 years, I have trained in and developed ways to tap into people's strengths and creativity to promote healing and wellness. 

 

My approach is relationship-centered and engages the whole person. 

 

I use evidenced based practices to guide people in resolving traumas and stress and in taming their inner critic. 

 

Over the past 20+ years I've worked with people in a wide range of settings, as a play and drama therapist, a traditional talk therapist, facilitator, instructor, consultant and supervisor.

 

 

 

 

verified by Psychology Today

 Location in Durham

My office in Durham is conveniently located by South Square Mall off 15-501.  

 

Note

Enter via the street called Westgate Drive, accross from South Square Mall. Look for brick markers on either side of the road. Go up the hill and turn left into the parking lot and you will see building 500. Ring the doorbell outside Suite 504 at Health Touch. 

I look forward to seeing you

 

Location in Chapel Hill 

From I-40 take exit 270 

(Rt. 15-501 South to Chapel Hill) 

Proceed South to Chapel Hill for 1.3 miles (through 6 stoplights).

At the 6th stoplight, Erwin Road, turn right. Immediately turn left on to Dobbins Road (in front of Residence Inn).

Proceed .5 miles and turn right into the 3rd and last entrance to Franklin Square. Park at the end of the parking lot and my office is in the last unit of the last building.  You will see rocking chairs on the porch. 

 

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