Dr. Tom Muldary is a fully-licensed psychologist who has been in private practice for over 35 years, providing psychotherapy services to adults and adolescents, and specializing in forensic psychological evaluations in civil and criminal matters. He is also the consulting psychologist for various police departments and frequently consults with law firms and prosecuting attorneys regarding examination of expert witnesses and work products. For the last few years, he has focused exclusively on his specialization in the area of forensic psychological assessment.
Tom began his college teaching career with Jackson (Michigan) Community College at the State Prison of Southern Michigan and continued with faculty positions at Siena Heights University, National University in San Diego, and the University of California San Diego. For 21 years he was a Visiting Lecturer in the Psychology Department at Eastern Michigan University, where he taught graduate courses in advanced psychological testing, personality assessment, and forensic psychology, as well as undergraduate courses in abnormal psychology and psychotherapy.
Tom is the author of Burnout and Health Professionals: Manifestations and Management and the award-winning textbook, Interpersonal Relations for Health Professionals: A Social Skills Approach, which has been used at colleges and universities throughout the country. As an adoptee familiar with search and reunion issues, he also authored two nonfiction books: Finding Dolores: An Adoptee's Mid-Life Search for the Beginning, published in 2011, and Finding Dolores II: Beyond Search and Reunion, published in 2014.
Dr. Pat Muldary is a fully-licensed psychologist who earned a bachelor’s degree in child development from the University of Massachusetts and taught young children in the Springfield, MA public schools before attending graduate school in California, where she earned a master’s degree in child and family clinical services and a doctorate in clinical psychology.
After working as a family therapist in the substance abuse treatment program at Bixby Medical Center (now Promedica) in Adrian, Michigan, Pat entered private practice and formerly specialized in psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Over the years her areas of interest have included cognitive/behavioral therapy for attention deficit disorders, disruptive behavior disorders, parent-child relationship problems, and anxiety disorders in children and adults. More recently, Pat discontinued her therapy practice in order to focus exclusively on forensic psychological evaluations for the courts, primarily in child custody matters and cases of child abuse and neglect.
Both psychologists completed their doctoral clinical internships at the U.S. Navy Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in San Diego, California, where they worked with U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard enlisted personnel and officers.