Dr. Adam Duberstein is a clinical psychologist. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Psychology, which is where he also received his master's degree in clinical psychology. He holds a second master's degree in higher education and student affairs administration, and he has a bachelor's degree in English and psychology from Earlham College. Adam completed his psychology internship with Counseling and Psychological Services at Wayne State University.
Before becoming a psychologist, Adam worked as a high school English teacher and as an academic advisor for college students. He currently is affiliated with two different Michigan-based psychological clinics: King and Associates in Farmington, where Dr. Betz King is the supervising psychologist, and Sage Tree Psychology Group in Oxford, where Dr. Dawn Gventer serves as the supervising psychologist. Currently, Adam is a limited licensed psychologist. Outside of his psychology practice, Adam does some consulting work, including helping student affairs professionals to cope with burnout; consulting on qualitative doctoral dissertations; and doing career coaching. He also conducts assessments for the Neighborhood Service Organization in Detroit.
In addition to these projects, Adam enjoys teaching. He is an adjunct faculty member in the psychology department at Southern New Hampshire University and he also teaches psychology courses for The Princeton Review. He is an active member of both the American Psychological Association (Divisions 12, 13, 17, 29, and 42) and the Michigan Psychological Association.
In his free time, Adam can be found spending hanging out with his family, reading some good books, listening to music (he is always interested in music suggestions), or exploring Michigan's hiking trails with his two energetic dogs.