Dr. Amy Bradshaw Hoppock currently serves as Vice President of Behavioral Health for AMIkids, overseeing strategic initiatives, data and research, performance and quality improvement, clinical and case management service delivery, behavioral health, and family services for the organization. Dr. B-Hop has worked in clinical, supervisory, and administrative roles in various treatment settings including outpatient, residential, inpatient, and community family services, with over 25 years of experience in the field. She has worked with AMIkids since 2006. Dr. B-Hop obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Stetson University, Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University, and Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Services from Capella University. She holds certifications in addictions and mental health through the Florida Certification Board and is an independently licensed mental health professional in Florida, Louisiana, New Mexico, and North Carolina. She is certified in multiple evidence-based interventions including Aggression Replacement Training, Brief Strategic Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Seven Challenges. She is a qualified trainer for Motivational Interviewing, Cannabis Youth Treatment, and the AMIkids Family Centric ModelTM. She is a mom of four boys, who keep her and her husband very busy and entertained!