Adam Selkirk, PsyD
Dr. Selkirk approaches his clinical work with the belief that all human beings have infinite worth; and works to support each person’s path towards recognizing and experiencing that worth within themselves. Having worked in the mental health field for the past 16 years with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples, Dr. Selkirk has utilized this philosophy to guide the process of therapy with individuals facing a wide range of challenges, from autism spectrum disorders to struggles with mood and anxiety to relationship problems.
Dr. Selkirk uses a therapeutic approach that is grounded in psychodynamic theory with an emphasis on attachment, interpersonal neurobiology, and relationally-based interventions. Dr. Selkirk believes that long-lasting, positive change occurs when an individual is able to express their true self, and to have all aspects of the individual be met with respect, acceptance, and warmth.
Dr. Selkirk earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Minnnesota, and completed his doctoral degree at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. In addition to his extensive clinical experience, Dr. Selkirk is also a graduate school professor, where he strives to educate and train future generations of aspiring psychologists. Dr. Selkirk has presented at numerous local and national conferences, and served as a mental health consultant for several organizations who treat children with special needs.
Dr. Selkirk appreciates the opportunity to work with people interested in pursuing a path towards a more meaningful, happier, balanced life. Dr. Selkirk would be honored to be a part of your endeavor.