Amanda Elliott, Psy.D., NCSP, is a nationally certified school psychologist. She has dedicated her career to serving the diverse needs of students in New Jersey Public Schools, spanning from Prek-12. Dr. Elliott holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rutgers University and a Master of Arts in Child/Adolescent Clinical Psychology from Montclair State University. She earned her doctoral degree in School Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University.
During her tenure as a valued member of the child study team, Dr. Elliott offered invaluable support, including case management, counseling, and evaluation assistance, to students ranging from PreK to 8th grade. Her primary focus was on students dealing with behavioral disabilities and emotional regulation challenges. Additionally, Dr. Elliott contributed to the community as a mental health clinician in Newark, NJ, and as a behavioral support coach, delivering behavioral consultation services to educators and paraprofessionals in several New Jersey Public Schools.
Before joining the Center for NeuroWellness team, Dr. Elliott served as the program coordinator for an alternative education initiative at Piscataway High School. Currently, she is in the process of accruing her post-doctoral hours to obtain her New Jersey psychology license.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Dr. Elliott finds joy in staying active, exploring the outdoors through hiking, indulging in a good book, savoring dining experiences, and cherishing moments spent with her beloved family and friends.