Adam Sensoli, Psy.D.

Adam Sensoli

Adam Sensoli is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Michigan. Adam achieved his B.A in Psychology at the University of Michigan prior to attending the University of Indianapolis for his Psy.D in Clinical Psychology. Adam’s doctoral research centered on early childhood development, particularly in reference to how exposure to reading and literary materials early in life is associated with stronger educational, financial and well-being outcomes later in life. Adam completed his doctoral internship at MiraCare Neuro Behavioral Health in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, IL, focusing on conducting therapy across the lifespan as well as clinical, neuropsychological, and psychoeducational assessments for individuals of all ages. After obtaining his doctorate, Adam completed his postdoctoral fellowship at Community Fairbanks Behavioral Health in Indianapolis, IN, honing his craft in both psychological assessment and therapy across the lifespan.

When conducting psychological assessments, Adam strives to provide patients and their families with answers to questions that transcend simple diagnostic clarity along with intervention techniques catered to the individual. Upon the conclusion of the process, Adam emphasizes thorough understanding of the multitude of factors that contribute to observed difficulties, including how neurobiological and environmental factors contribute to expressed symptoms as well as specific interventions that are both research-informed and practical.

Adam strives to establish an environment of safety, collaboration, and growth while celebrating prescient diversity factors that make someone who they are. Therapeutically, Adam has experience treating a wide variety of presentations, including treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, grief, and disruptive externalizing behaviors. He strives to make patients feel heard while being challenged to grow toward and through their stressors in a manner that maximizes their potential and leads to confidence, self-esteem, and empowerment. Adam has worked with clients of all ages, equally enjoying sitting on the floor and doing play therapy with preschool-aged children, using person-centered and CBT principles with adolescents and incorporating interpersonal, existential and psychodynamic aspects of treatments with adults.

In his spare time, Adam is an avid sports fan, guitar player, outdoors enthusiast, husband, and dog dad to the cutest corgi puppy the world has seen.