Isaac Singer, MS, TLLP
Isaac has extensive experience working with the elderly population and their families and also specializes in the treatment and assessment of children, teens and adults.
Isaac earned both his Bachelor’s degree, in Psychology, and Master’s degree, in Clinical Behavioral Psychology, from Eastern Michigan University. Isaac has over 15 years of experience and works exceptionally well with teens and the elderly. As a father of 3 children himself, he understands the ups and downs of raising children and relates well to parents. Through parent coaching sessions, he excels at designing, implementing, and teaching parents behavioral intervention plans to address problematic behaviors.
Isaac is patient, caring, and engaging. He has extensive experience working with individuals suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries, utilizing behavioral assessments to develop treatment plans focusing on aggressive and socially maladaptive behaviors, through the development of social skills, positive social activities, and self-management plans. In addition, he has worked directly with direct care staff, families, vocational settings, etc., to ensure appropriate behavioral interventions in all environments to facilitate desired behavior change. Lastly, Isaac has administered hundreds of Neuropsychological Assessments to clients of all ages, exploring a wide variety of concerns. Isaac is directly supervised by Dr. Amanda Klingensmith and Dr. Nicole Wozniak.