Thomas Todd, PhD teaches in the survey courses, supervises trainees seeking MFT licensure, and provides advanced training of supervision. He also supervises doctoral Fellows at the Center who are pursuing their doctorates in psychology or marriage and family therapy. Dr. Todd received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from New York University in 1970 and postdoctoral training at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. His research on family therapy and drug abuse culminated in The Family Therapy of Drug Abuse and Addiction, and received the AAMFT award for outstanding research. He is the 2015 recipient of the award for Outstanding Contributions to Family Therapy, Theory, and Practice by the American Family Therapy Academy.
Dr. Todd has directed a comprehensive outpatient clinic and several training programs, and is the past Coordinator of the MFT Program at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, and is currently on the faculty of Argosy Graduate Program in family therapy. He is co-author of Family Therapy Approaches with Adolescent Substance Abusers and The Complete Systemic Supervisor, 2nd edition 2014. He is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, supervises clinicians seeking MFT licensure, and trains and supervises experienced clinicians wishing to become Approved Supervisors.
Dr. Todd maintains private practices in Evanston and Rolling Meadows, Illinois.