Dr. Singh has board certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with specialized competency in child neurology. She is the founder of Associates in Neuroscience and has been practicing neurology in the Chicagoland area since the early 1990’s. Dr. Singh’s engagement with her patients and their care revolves around the healing process wherein medical treatment is one of the key aspects. She has been providing care for patients for 20 years and she is convinced that the crucial foundations of patient care revolve around the family’s compassion and support for the patient, as well as the provider’s compassion and knowledge for the patient. These factors in turn maintain and enhances everyone’s sense of wellbeing and overall health. Art, designing, landscaping, and cooking have been among her favorite passions since childhood. She finds these hobbies to be a wonderful ground to form connections with patient on a personal level. Please visit her art gallery page or feel free to come by the clinic to see her interior design and decoration of the space.
Tom Pallardy, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Diplomat of and board certified by the American Psychotherapy Association. He received his Psy.D. and M.A. in Psychology from Southern California University for Professional Studies, he has a C.A.D.C. specialty in substance abuse, as well as advanced training in solution-focused treatment and ADHD/ADD psychotherapy. He has over 35 years of counseling experience in secondary school settings and private practice. Dr. Pallardy was an adjunct professor in the Health Sciences Department of Moraine Valley College.
Dr. Pallardy’s rich background includes being a U.S. Navy veteran, Head Basketball, Baseball, and Assistant Football coach at St. Laurence High School (where he was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013), working as a police officer, fireman, as well as serving as Commander in charge of the Juvenile and Criminal Investigation Division with the Palos Hills Police Department.
Currently he is an active member of the South Suburban School Crisis Response Team and his hobbies include spending time with family and being an IHSA Football Official. Dr. Pallardy specializes in working with adolescents and their families and adults, including issues of ADHD, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. He has developed an effective approach to setting healthy boundaries with adolescents. Dr. Pallardy also specializes in working with step-parenting issues, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. He has been published in the American Counseling Magazine and was on the editorial board of the American Psychotherapy Association.