Dr. Elledge is a licensed psychologist at the Behavioral Medicine Institute. Earning his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Arkansas, in August of 2010. Furthermore, completed a Pre-Doctoral Internship at the Jackson Consortium in Jackson, MS, and furthermore a postdoctoral fellowship funded by the National Institute of Health at the University of Kansas, Clinical Child Psychology Program.
Dr. Elledge is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee, and is program of research focuses on child aggression, school bullying, and the role of interpersonal relationships in youth functioning. He has received training in acute psychiatric inpatient care, residential care for youth with serious emotional challenges, evidence-based outpatient psychotherapy, and pediatric psychology. Dr. Elledge specializes in individual and family therapy for children, adolescents, and their families. He also works with adults experiencing anxiety. He approaches his work with clients from the cognitive behavioral tradition.