Dr. Sean Reardon received his Ph.D. in School Psychology at The Ohio State University. He is a Licensed Psychologist who has held numerous clinical, supervisory, and administrative positions in the field over the past 20 years. Dr. Reardon is currently an Associate Professor, and was previously a Program Co-Chair, for the Clinical Psychology department (PsyD) at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Twin Cities. His areas of interest in terms of teaching, research, and practice include adult psychopathology, psychological testing and assessment, psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families, the treatment of trauma, and treatment of co-morbid psychiatric and substance related disorders.
In 1992, his work “Cognitive Processing Characteristics of Normal and ADHD Males” was published in the Journal of School Psychology. The following year, “Traditional IQ is Irrelevant to Learning Disabilities: Intelligence is Not” was published in the Journal of Learning Disabilities. He and one of his current students collaborated on a paper that was recently accepted for publication in the American Journal on Addictions with a publication date in 2011. Dr. Reardon’s most recent major presentation was in 2007 when he presented “Medical-Behavioral Integration” at the Annual Conference of the Minnesota Psychological Association.