To improve the quality of life for all Tribal Members, through culturally competent, custom-fit research"

Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier is an enrolled Citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, Belcourt, North Dakota. She is a clinical psychologist currently working on her hometown reservation located in Belcourt, ND. She received her BA in Psychology from Minot State University in 1999 and received her PhD in 2005 from the University of North Dakota. Dr. Jollie-Trottier then completed a 2-year fellowship in Health Psychology at UND School of Medicine and one-year of specialty training at the Eating Disorder and Neuropsychiatric Research Institutes in Fargo, ND. She currently works in the Behavioral Health Clinic and is honored to be providing health psychology services to her community members. As a psychologist, Dr. Jollie-Trottier has the opportunity to blend her passion for living a healthy lifestyle in her approach to therapy and wellness with her educational, cultural, and spiritual knowledge. She serves as a Community Advisor and IRB member for the Tribal Nations Research Group. Dr. Jollie-Trottier is an IHS Community Wellness Champion and is Alumni of the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program. She is one of the founders of Belcourt’s Medicine Moon Run, a 1/2 Marathon, which on its 7th year. The Medicine Moon Run focuses on challenging Indian Country to aspire to achieve wellness and balance through daily exercise.

Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier