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Pam McCaskill, Ph.D.
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Pam McCaskill, Ph.D.

As a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Pamela A. McCaskill is the Owner and Managing Director of MFS.

Dr. Pam spends most of her time managing and directing our 2 office locations and teletherapy services. She is passionate about working with our MFS team to ensure that our children, adolescents, adults, and families receive the highest level of personalized care.

Here is a bit of background on Pam:

As a bit of a perfectionist, she is intimately involved in the day-to-day operations and readily available to address any concerns from staff and patients alike to continuously improve our services to families in our community. Dr. Pam directly supervises our clinical staff and is involved in treatment planning and oversight of patient care.

Dr. Pam obtained her Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degrees from Wayne State University and pursued further specialized training in pediatric psychology at The University of Florida/Shands Hospital. Dr. Pam owned and directed a private practice in Ocala, Florida until 2004 when she and her husband moved back home to Michigan to raise their children near her extended family.

Dr. Pam is an active member of both the American Psychological Association and the Michigan Psychological Association.


Helping Children and Parents transition back to school during a pandemic. Presentations to many small and large group meetings to parent groups and schools in our community.

Parent Management Training: Tips for Training Parents How to Manage Their Strong-Willed Children
Washtenaw Psychological Society

Unraveling the Truth about Oppositional, Defiant and Angry Children
Making Inclusion Work: Transdisciplinary Training to Support Children with Challenging Behaviors


Secrets of Parenting the Strong-Willed Child: Top 10 Tips for Success
New Morning School

Exercise and Alternative Interventions for Managing ADHD Western Wayne County ChADD

Learning Disabilities/Neurodevelopmental Weaknesses in the Classroom: red Flags and Tips for Teachers
Our Lady of Good Council School

ADHD and Learning Disabilities in the Classroom: Red Flags and Tips for Teachers
Our Lady of Good Council School

Managing the Difficult Child in the School Setting
Federation’s Alliance for Jewish Education of Metropolitan Detroit

Positive Parenting and Tips for Success
Jefferson Elementary School

ADHD in the Preschool and Elementary School Years
Michael Golds ADHD Conference

How to Tell if Your Child is Anxious or Depressed at Any Age
Western Wayne County ChADD

Teaching Children How to Deal with Stress
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit: Open Doors Program

Strategies Every Parent Should Know to Reduce Children’s Anxiety and Stress
South Redford Public Schools

Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for Working with the Gifted Child
Talented and Gifted Program, Plymouth Canton Community Schools

Getting the School Year off to a Good Start: Tips for Parents
Plymouth Canton Community Schools

Positive Parenting: Tops 10 Tips for Success
Plymouth Canton Community Schools

10 things Parents of Special Needs Children Have in Common
Our Lady of Victory School

Getting the School Year off to a Good Start: Tips for Parents
Redford Public Schools

Getting your ADHD Child to Listen and Behave
Jefferson Elementary School

Getting your ADHD Child to Listen and Behave
Michael Golds Conference

Academic Accommodations for ADHD-Related Difficulties
ChADD of Western Wayne County

ADHD in Preschool
Eastern Oakland County ChADD

ADHD: What is It and What You Can Do About It
ChADD of Western Wayne County

Bullying: A Vicious Cycle