On December 21, we are joined by clinical director, Dr. Joshua Nadeau and clinical supervisor, Dr. Sim Yin Tan of Rogers Behavioral Health
Joshua M. Nadeau, PhD
Joshua M. Nadeau, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who directs the clinical treatment team at Rogers Behavioral Health in Tampa. In his research and practice, Dr. Nadeau focuses on the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, as well as in the adaptation of evidence-based techniques to address the unique needs of youth and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dr. Nadeau received his doctorate in school psychology and completed his post-doctoral research fellowship in clinical psychology from USF. He has authored and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on treatment of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders among children, adolescents and adults. Additionally, Dr. Nadeau is an active member of the International OCD Foundation, Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, and the Association for Positive Behavioral Support.
Sim Yin Tan, PhD
Sim Yin Tan, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and clinical supervisor at Rogers Behavioral Health in Tampa. Dr. Tan provides clinical supervision and training within the Child and Adolescent partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for OCD and anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, eating disorders, and anxiety and depression in autism spectrum disorders.
Dr. Tan earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bemidji State University in Minnesota. She then completed her Master of Science and Educational Specialist Degrees in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Prior to her doctoral training, Dr. Tan provided educational, behavioral, and mental health consultations within the public school system. She received her PhD in School Psychology from the University of South Florida and completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Tan received extensive training in cognitive-behavioral therapy, with a specific focus on exposure-response prevention, habit-reversal training, and behavioral parent training. She has authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed publications in the field of school psychology, pediatric mental health, and parent-child interaction therapy.