Amy C. Fahrenkamp, Ph.D., L.P.

Dr. Fahrenkamp joined the faculty at Mayo Clinic in September 2020 as an associate consultant in child and adolescent psychology. Prior to this, Dr. Fahrenkamp was post-doctoral medical psychology fellow (Clinical Child Track) at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from University of Minnesota Duluth and her doctorate from Kent State University in Kent, OH. She completed her clinical internship in pediatric psychology at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, OH. Dr. Fahrenkamp's clinical work focuses on providing evidence-based assessment and treatment for children and adolescents with various medical conditions and physical symptoms. Her research interests focus on the role of stress on pediatric health outcomes, such as chronic pain/symptoms, with a specific focus on how stress impacts problematic eating in the context of physical health outcomes.

  1. Adjustment disorder
  2. Anxiety disorder
  3. Childhood-onset disorder
  4. Chronic illness
  5. Chronic pain
  6. Generalized anxiety disorder
  1. Psychological assessment
  2. Psychotherapy
  • Evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults with a range of psychological concerns occurring in the context of medical or physical symptoms
  • Children and family's adaptation to acute and chronic illnesses, including cancer, diabetes, GI disorders, and pain
  • Psychological contributions to medical symptoms
  • Non-epileptic spells
  • Childhood Anxiety
  • Parenting
  1. 2020
    ResidentMedical Psychology, Programs in Rochester, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
  2. 2018
    Clinical Internship - Predoctoral Psychology Internship - Pediatric Psychology TrackNationwide Children's Hospital
  3. 2018
    PhD - Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology - Child TrackKent State University
  4. 2015
    MA - Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program - Child TrackKent State University
  5. 2012
    BAS - Bachelor of Applied Science - Major: Psychology; Minor: Deaf StudiesUniversity of Minnesota Duluth

Reconocimientos y distinciones

  1. 2017
    Division 54 Student Poster AwardSociety of Pediatric Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 54)
  2. 2016
    Jenneatte Louis Reuter Graduate Fellowship in Developmental ScienceKent State University
  3. 2016
    Judie Fall Lasser Graduate Psychology Research Award Kent State University
  4. 2016
    Division 54 Diversity Poster AwardSociety of Pediatric Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 54)
  5. 2014
    Division 54 Diversity Poster AwardSociety of Pediatric Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 54)
  6. 2013
    Under-researched Population AwardKent State University
  7. 2013
    Graduate Student Senate Domestic Travel AwardKent State University
  8. 2013
    Graduate Student Travel AwardKent State University
  9. 2011
    Undergraduate Research Opportunity (UROP) GrantUniversity of Minnesota Duluth
  10. 2011
    UMD E.W. Bohannon Merit ScholarshipUniversity of Minnesota Duluth
  11. 2010
    Bogen and Jane Maddy ScholarshipUniversity of Minnesota Duluth
  12. 2008
    Chancellor’s Academic ScholarshipUniversity of Minnesota Duluth

Membresía en asociaciones profesionales

  1. 2019 - present
    TraineeAmerican Psychological Association
  2. 2019 - present
    Postdoctoral Fellow RepresentativeCoordinator of the Fellowship Diversity Case Conference Seminar
  3. 2014 - 2017
    Student MentorKent State University
  4. 2014 - 2015
    Student/Trainee Member at LargeSociety of Pediatric Psychology Pediatric Obesity Special Interest Group (American Psychological Association, Division 54)
  5. 2012 - present
    TraineeDivision 54 - Society of Pediatric Psychology, American Psychological Association
  6. 2012 - 2014
    TraineeMidwestern Psychological Association
  7. 2012 - 2017
    Graduate Student RepresentativeKent State University