Amy Mariaskin is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Nashville, TN. She graduated with her M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University, where she received training in the assessment and treatment of children, adults, and families coping with anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), tic disorders, OC spectrum disorders, encopresis, bereavement, and depression. She has also been active in research endeavors, including serving as an independent evaluator for the Pediatric OCD Treatment Study (POTS-II) and publishing book chapters and articles pertaining to anxiety and OCD. Dr. Mariaskin completed her predoctoral internship at the University of Florida. During this time, she was able to provide intensive outpatient therapy (5 days/week) to adolescents and adults coping with treatment-resistant OCD and to participate in the supervision of graduate students. Dr. Mariaskin completed additional postdoctoral training in rural Florida, providing a variety of individual and family services to low-income families.
Currently, in addition to her practice, Dr. Mariaskin serves as the Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent programming at Rogers Behavioral Health-Nashville. Here she supervises behavior specialists and works with a multidisciplinary team to provide intensive treatment services to children aged 6-18 with OCD, anxiety, and eating disorders. At Rogers, there are both intensive outpatient (12 hrs/week) and partial hospitalization (30 hrs/week) programs available. For more information, please call 844-615-3221. Finally, Dr. Mariaskin also provides clinical supervision to doctoral students at Vanderbilt University. Services may be available at a reduced rate with a student. In her spare time, she enjoys vegetarian cooking, staying active, word games, spending time with her beagle mix, and traveling. Many of the pictures on this website were taken on recent trips to Iceland, Hawaii and New Zealand.
Dr. Mariaskin values the dissemination of clinical information to clinicians, educators, clients, and the loved ones of individuals coping with mental health issues. To this end, she has provided presentations to various audiences who expressed interest in learning more about anxiety, OCD, and other mental health topics. These have included professional organizations, school districts, and university student groups. If you are interested in having Dr. Mariaskin present, please contact her at email@example.com.