Alexis Quinoy, PhD, ABPP, joined Children's Healthcare of Atlanta as a pediatric psychologist in fall 2016. As a senior pediatric psychologist, Dr. Quinoy currently works with children and teens within our Inpatient Rehabilitation and Day Rehabilitation programs. She also serves as co-chair for Children’s Injury Prevention Program (CHIPP) and is actively involved in various committees supporting Children’s behavioral and mental health initiative.
Prior to joining Children’s, Dr. Quinoy received a Bachelor of Science in psychology with a minor in Spanish for native speakers from the University of Florida. Following her undergraduate studies, she completed a pre-doctoral psychology internship in integrated primary care at Children's Hospital Colorado and was awarded her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Quinoy then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in medical psychology at the University of Florida, Department of Psychiatry.
Focus of Practice
- Pediatric Neuropsychology
Areas of Interest
- Rehabilitation psychology
- Pediatric primary care and chronic illness
- Complex trauma and PTSD
- Injury prevention advocacy
- Evidence-based assessment and treatment
- American Psychological Association (APA), Division 53: Society of Child Clinical Psychology
- APA, Division 22: Rehabilitation Psychology
- APA, Division 54: Society of Pediatric Psychology
- Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA), Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS), Certified Brain Injury Specialist
- Georgia Psychological Association (GPA)
Research & Publications
Dr. Quinoy’s research interests include pediatric rehabilitation psychology, injury prevention advocacy, chronic illness and pain, pediatric primary care psychology, complex trauma and PTSD, emotion regulation, parent training, cognitive behavior therapy, and anxiety and related disorders.