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Jon S. Ebert, Psy.D.

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Psy.D., Wheaton College
M.A., Trinity College at Trinity International University
B.A., Bethel University

Brief Bio
Dr. Ebert is a clinical psychologist and serves as an Assistant Professor in the Vanderbilt Department of Psychiatry. In 2008-2009 he also participated in a faculty appointment in the Robert Penn Warren Center for Humanities in the Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Sciences for a fellowship in New Directions for Trauma Studies. He is the clinic coordinator at the Vanderbilt Center of Excellence, a specialized clinic that assists the state in providing objective, science-based guidance to improve children’s health, behavioral outcomes, and to improve systems serving children. He also provides clinical services in the Vanderbilt Mental Health Center. His clinical responsibilities include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, community consultation, and multi-family group therapy. Dr. Ebert also supervises and trains graduate students, interns and post-doctoral clinical psychology trainees in consultation and psychotherapy activities.

Clinical Interests
Children, adolescents, marriage and family therapy, juvenile justice, trauma and attachment

Research Interests
trauma and resilience, counter-responses & interventions with highly conflictual clients, dissemination of evidenced based-practices for children & youth, and developing clinical competencies in student clinicians.

PubMed Listing of Vanderbilt Publications

Department of Psychiatry  |  Vanderbilt School of Medicine
Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital  |  1601 23rd Ave. S.  |  Nashville, TN 37212
Phone: (615) 936-3555  |  Fax:  (615) 343-8400 (fax)

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