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Elisha Eveleigh, Ph.D.

expertise

pediatric psychology, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety disorders, developmental/behavioral disorders

bio

Elisha Eveleigh, Ph.D., is a pediatric psychologist at Dayton Children's. She completed a fellowship in The Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program. Dr. Eveleigh's role at Dayton Children's is to provide therapy for children and their families and also to collaborate with physicians at the Child Health Pavilion to assess for developmental disorders. 

education and training

  • PhD: The Ohio State University
  • internship: Columbus City Schools
  • fellowship: Daily Behavioral Health, Cleveland OH
  • board certification: licensed psychologist, licensed school psychologist

selected publications and presentations

  • Rueger, S.Y., Eveleigh, E. (2019). Reflections on Hope. Chicago Counseling Professionals, Chicago, IL.
  • Schultz, T., Canning, S. S., & Eveleigh, E. (2018).  Traumatic events and transformation: Posttraumatic stress, posttraumatic growth, and religious coping in individuals exiting sex trafficking who are enrolled in a problem-solving court. Journal of Human Trafficking.
  • Schultz, T., & Estabrook, H., Canning, S., & Eveleigh, E. (2017, September). Traumatic Backgrounds of Women who have Exited the Prostitution Lifestyle for an Alternative Court Program. Seminar presented at the 14th Annual International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.
  • Eveleigh, E., Albaraccin, T., Moore, L. (2015).  Repeat After Me: Summer Program Literacy Interventions for Refugee Children, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention.
  • Eveleigh, H., Eveleigh, E. (2014). Race to Success: A Collaborative Behavior Intervention for Middle School, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention.
  • Watson, T., Eveleigh, E., (2014). Teaching psychological theories: Integration tasks and teaching strategies, Journal of Psychology and Theology, 42(2), 200-210.
  • Aten, J., Boan, D., Flanagan, K., Canning, S., Hall, S., Eveleigh, E., Rueger, S., Kang, E., Pressley, J. (2012). Booklet: Helping children cope with traumatic events. Wheaton, IL: Humanitarian Disaster Institute, Wheaton College.
  • Joseph, L.M., Konrad, M., Cates, G., & Eveleigh, E. (2012). A meta-analytic review of cover-copy-compare and variations of this self-management procedure. Psychology in the Schools, 49(2), 122-136.
  • Joseph, L.M., Eveleigh, E., Konrad, M., & Neef, N., & Volpe, R. (2012). Comparison of the effects of two flashcard drill methods on children’s reading performance: Instructional efficiency revisited. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 28(4), 317-337.
  • Joseph, L.M., & Eveleigh, E. (2011). A review of the effects of self-monitoring on the reading performance of students with disabilities. Journal of Special Education, 45, 43-53.
  • Joseph, L. M & Eveleigh, E. (2011). Effective Instructional Approaches to Reading in Primary Grades. In A. Cantor & Servio Caroll (Eds.). Helping Children at Home and School III: Handouts From Your School Psychologist, Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
  • Joseph, L. M. & Eveleigh, E. (2011). Encouraging positive attitudes: Strategies for parents and teachers. In A. Cantor & Servio Caroll (Eds.). Helping Children at Home and School III: Handouts From Your School Psychologist, Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
  • Joseph, L. M. & Eveleigh, E. (2011). Helping struggling readers in secondary schools. In A. Cantor & Servio Caroll (Eds.). Helping Children at Home and School III: Handouts From Your School Psychologist, Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
  • Eveleigh, E. & Joseph, L.M. (2010) Examining Instructional Efficiency among Flashcard Drill and Practice Methods with a Sample of First Graders, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention.
  • Joseph, L.M. & Eveleigh, E. (2010) A Review of the Effects of Self-Monitoring on the Reading Performance of Students with Disabilities, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention.
  • Auletto, M. & Eveleigh, E. (2010) Home-School Collaboration: A Research-to-Practice Study, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention
  • Konrad, M., Joseph, L. M., & Eveleigh, E. (2009). A meta-analytic review of guided notes. Education and Treatment of Children, 32(3), 421-444.
  • Caldwell, S. & Eveleigh E. (2009) Effective Writing Interventions, National Association of School Psychology, National Convention, Paper Presentation.

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

I enjoy working with families to support emotional health and help them reach their goals.


I like working with kids because...

they are creative, resilient, and fun.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

I appreciate working in a collaborative environment to provide care for families.


Dayton Children's is special because...

there is a strong focus on the local community. Dayton Children’s seeks to provide holistic services to meet the needs of families.


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