Ellen Greer is NYS licensed in Occupational Therapy and Psychoanalysis. She specializes in the areas of mental health, qualitative research and private clinical practice. Her research focuses on the cultural, health and psychosocial factors in the lives of women in paid and unpaid work, and college students who experience stress, loss and barriers to achievement.
Greer received her Ph.D. in advanced occupational therapy at New York University, her M.A. in occupational therapy at New York University, and a B.A. in English literature with a minor in secondary education at CCNY. She is a graduate from the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies where she trained in psychoanalysis. In addition, she received a certificate in group psychotherapy at the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society.
Recent Publications & Presentations
- Greer, E., Neville, S. (2013). The Cultural Voice of Immigrant Latina Women and the Meaning of Femininity: A Phenomenological Study. An academic/civic engagement partnership. Sage Online.
- Greer, E., Ciani, G., Errichetti, A. (2013). Telerehabilitation and the Standardized patient. Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Intervention Competencies. New York State Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Albany, New York. Podium Presentation.
Honors + Awards
- Standard of Excellence Award