Dr. Ellen Landis has spent thirty years studying healing arts through her roles as a Clinical Director, Expressive Arts Therapist, Family Therapist and is now a founding partner at Sharevision, Inc.
Dr. Landis specializes in debriefing professionals and volunteers in the United States and abroad from stress and highly significant events. She develops best practice policies and programs to support people in high capacity roles. Her work with Sharevision and secondary trauma has been instrumental in people being able to remain in the workforce with sustainable productivity and finding their life’s work more effective and enjoyable. Dr. Landis’ dedication to this work grows from decades of work building responsible relationships through her practice of creativity, social justice and spirituality.
Dr. Landis has served on the faculty of the Family Institute of Cambridge and is an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University where she teaches interdisciplinary approaches to clinical work. Her publications and teaching focus on standards and ethics in the workplace, addressing power privilege and oppression in clinical relationships and creativity as a collaborative process.
Ellen enjoys learning and considers herself fortunate to have great teachers throughout the U.S. and around the world. She received a B.A. in Dance from Connecticut College; an M.A. in Dance Movement Therapy from New York University; a Marriage and Family Therapy License from the State of Massachusetts; a Mediator certification from Franklin Mediation; Marriage and Family Therapy Supervisor’s Training from Antioch University; EMDR Level I & II certifications from the EMDR Institute; a Ph.D. in Expressive Arts Therapies from Lesley University.