Dr. Courtney Ramous received her Psy.D. at the American School of Professional Psychology (ASPP) at Argosy University, Tampa, where she is currently the Director of Practicum Training and Assistant Faculty Member in the Clinical Psychology program. She has clinical and research expertise and teaches courses in psychological assessment, body image and eating disorders, group psychotherapy and couple and family therapy. Her theoretical orientation is a blend of interpersonal, systems and cognitive behavioral.
Dr. Ramous has experience working in community mental health and college counseling and health centers. She maintains a part-time private practice where she provides outpatient individual, family and group therapy with adolescents and adults. A part of her practice focuses on working with issues specific to active duty military, veterans and their families. She has extensive experience and interest in working with mood and anxiety disorders, identity development, relationship issues and women’s issues, including perinatal mood disorders. Dr. Ramous also has expertise in working eating disorders, particularly anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and obesity. She provides an integrative approach based on clients’ needs and typically combines cognitive behavioral (CBT) and interpersonal treatment modalities.
Dr. Ramous is professionally affiliated with the American Psychological Association, The Florida Psychological Association, the American Group Psychotherapy Association and the National Eating Disorder Association. She has served as Committee Co-Chair of Division 49 of Early Career Psychologists and is dedicated to the supervision and training of students in group work.