Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Eating Disorders
About Amy Scobie-Carroll:
Amy is the Eating Disorder Specialist in the Psychological Counseling Center at Brandeis University, and a clinical social worker in private practice. Between 2006-2012 Amy served as Director of the day treatment program and intensive outpatient programs at Laurel Hill Inn, and then became the Assistant Director of Laurel Hill’s residential program. For many years Amy has led CBT, DBT, and mindfulness informed therapy groups for clients in recovery, and has provided individual and family therapy at various levels of care. While working for Brigham and Women’s department of psychiatry, she taught CBT for eating disorders to psychiatry residents. She has led workshops in various health care settings. Amy has been in private practice specializing in eating disorders since 2010. Amy’s approach to clients is eclectic and informed by evidence based practices. Amy is a proud member of the Massachusetts Eating Disorder Association, the Academy for Eating Disorders, and the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals.
Degrees and Education
· BS, Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts
· MSW, Portland State University, Oregon