Thomas MacRoy, Ph.D., of DuPage Psychological Associates, has opened his solo practice focusing on skilled treatment for individual men, women and couples. Dr. MacRoy helps clients dealing with stress and anxiety, mood regulation, communication and relationship concerns as well as personal adjustment issues. He also works with individuals and families coping with adjustments to aging, life transitions, illness, disability and care-taking, as well as coordinating treatment with medical providers.
"I believe because people are resilient, with appropriate support and perspective, they can improve their lives," says MacRoy. "Throughout our lives, we encounter challenges and transitions that can be difficult. Whether issues surround relationships, work or retirement, illness or care-taking, aging, loss or grief, my practice is dedicated to offering experienced and compassionate care to help clients find clarity, strength and relief. Together we can explore feelings, discover alternate ways of looking at things, and perhaps even laugh a little. I strive to establish a client relationship that is truly collaborative."
A therapist for 35 years, Dr. MacRoy has undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in Psychology and has completed a Masters level internship in Psychology at Northwestern University Hospital. He completed a Doctoral level Clinical Psychology internship at Hines V.A. Hospital, where subsequently he was hired as a staff psychologist working in the Consultation/Liaison Service consulting with physicians and their medical patients. He has been in private practice in the western suburbs for most of his career, chaired the Psychology Committees of a number of private psychiatric hospitals, has served on the governing boards of state and national psychological organizations and chaired the Health and Rehabilitation section of the Illinois Psychological Association. He is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Dr. Thomas MacRoy Ph.D., DuPage Psychological Associates, is located at 608 S. Washington Street, Suite 211, immediately south of Downtown Naperville. For more information call 630- 355-4070 or visit www.dupagepsychological.com.