Andy Suth, Ph.D.

I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois.  I began my training over 20 years ago.  I have been fortunate to have had many great training and educational opportunities.  I received a BA from Brown University.  Subsequently, I completed a Master’s Degree and Ph.D. from the departments of Psychology and Human Development at The University of Chicago.  I earned my Ph.D. in 2000 and subsequently completed a post-doctoral certificate in Clinical Neuropsychology from the Fielding Institute. 

 

I have worked in numerous university settings, community agencies, and in independent practice.  I am currently an Associate Professor at Adler University where I head the Neuropsychology Emphasis. I  have taught in numerous graduate programs including serving as Associate Professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology (2002-2019).  I taught clinical coursework for several years while serving as the Associate Director of the Mental Health Training Track in the Department of Comparative Human Development at The University of Chicago.  I am also currently a core faculty member at the Institute for Clinical Social Work, and serve as the Associate Director of the Palombo Center for the Intersection of Neuroscience and Psychoanalytic Social Work.

 

I have presented in local, state, and national conferences issues of assessment and neuropsychology as well as in the areas of psychodynamic psychology.  I have a strong commitment to teaching and writing about issues of diversity.  This is also a main focus in psychotherapy and assessment.  I seek to understand the dispositional and inherent factors of personality with the powerful influences of environment, context, and culture.

 

I have been active in different professional organizations including the Center for Psychoanalytic Psychology and Division 39 (Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.  In 2010, I was the national co-chair of the Annual Spring Meetings of Division 39 entitled “Wild Analysis: Then (1910) and Now (2010)”.  View my full CV here.

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Michelle Tan, Psy.D.

I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and earned my Psy.D. in 2019 from Adler University. I have spent my training particularly interested in understanding how our experiences impact our physical and emotional lives, which has led me to the field of Neuropsychology and Health Psychology. With assessment, I aim to help the client understand how their brain sees and makes sense of the world as well as provide real-world strategies to help them reach towards their goals. I particularly love working with medically complex patients in helping them adjust to illness, regain self-efficacy and empowerment, and enrich their lives in their own meaningful way.

 

I have been active in different professional organizations including the Center for Psychoanalytic Psychology and Division 39 (Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.  In 2010, I was the national co-chair of the Annual Spring Meetings of Division 39 entitled “Wild Analysis: Then (1910) and Now (2010)”.  View my full CV here.