Amy Sullivan

Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at the Cleveland Clinic

Amy Sullivan, PsyD, ABPP is a board certified health psychologist, who is the Director of Behavioral Medicine, Research and Training at the Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis at The Cleveland Clinic, and consults with Retired NFL players through The Cleveland Clinic Concussion Program. She is an assistant professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and holds joint appointments in both the department of neurology and psychiatry & psychology. She is an invited member of a select group of wellness researchers through the National MS Society. She and her research team are the 2015 recipient of the Robert J. Herndon award for most outstanding IJMSC article in a preceding year. Dr. Sullivan is the 2015 recipient of the Outstanding Early Career Psychologist award by CPA. She was also named an Extraordinary Graduate of St. Bonaventure University and named a Women of Outstanding Leadership in Healthcare. In addition, she is passionate about physician and caregiver self-care, burnout and psychological health. She is currently the NI Engagement Chair where she works to improve physician well-being in her institute. She has also spearheaded the efforts for Mellen Center to win the National Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award, Best Practice by the APA. Dr. Sullivan’s clinical interests are in mental health issues with both individuals and families affected by Multiple Sclerosis. She is a highly sought after consultant and presenter nationally. Dr. Sullivan is frequently seen in the media regarding her specialized interests. Follow her on twitter @DrAmyBSullivan