Mickey Ellis-Stockley, MA
Mickey Ellis-Stockley, MA, is a psychology extern in the Learning and Development Center at the Child Mind Institute. He is a third-year doctoral candidate in the clinical psychology program at Palo Alto University, specializing in neuropsychology. He earned his master’s degree in clinical psychology at the University of Detroit Mercy. Mickey has experience administering neuropsychological assessments to children, adolescents, young adults, and older adults in clinical and research contexts. He is concurrently a practicum student at Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, California, and at Alameda Health System in Oakland, where he is receiving further training in neuropsychological assessment with children and adults who present with learning difficulties, cognitive deficits, and behavioral concerns.
Prior to joining the Child Mind Institute, Mickey trained at Palo Alto University’s Gronowski Center, where he delivered psychotherapy (integrating ACT and CBT) to adults and couples presenting with depression, anxiety, and interpersonal challenges related to autism and ADHD. He also served as the research coordinator for a large study in the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Brain Injury Clinical Research Center in Baltimore, Maryland, which aimed to examine concussion recovery in children and adolescents.
- Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Lab, Stanford University School of Medicine
- Alameda Health System
- The Gronowski Center
- Thomas S. Rosenbaum, PhD & Associates
- MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Detroit Mercy
- BS, Psychology, Central Michigan University