Amy Hartley, PhD
Amy M. Hartley, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked in a variety of treatment settings, including military clinics and correctional facilities. Dr. Hartley specializes in psychological assessment of children, adolescents, and adults and assesses specialty areas such as learning and cognition, memory, achievement, and intellectual functioning. Her areas of expertise include:
Anxiety and stress
Military and sexual trauma
Family relations and dynamics
Depression and mood disorders
Complex trauma and post-traumatic stress
Psychological assessment, learning and attention
Psychologists provide professional services relating to the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, treatment and prevention of psychological, emotional, psychophysiological and behavioral disorders in individuals across the lifespan. These services include procedures for understanding, predicting, and alleviating intellectual, emotional, physical, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment, and mental illness, as well as other forms of discomfort.
Education & Training:
Bachelor of Science
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Master of Arts
University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL
Doctorate of Psychology
Sam Houston State University,
Legal Practice Name:
Baptist Behavioral Health
From the Doctor:
I am a native Floridian, born and raised in Jacksonville. My fiancé, daughters and I spend our spare time paddle boarding, surfing, wake skating and boating. Most weekends are spent on the water, with family and friends, or with our beloved Yorkies.
While utilizing evidenced-based interventions, my philosophy of care is centered on a collaborative approach and I strive to gain a true understanding of the client’s expectations and goals for treatment. Prior to joining Baptist Behavioral Health, I spent the past six years working with our military population and would like to continue working with our veteran population on a volunteer basis.