Dejan Jancevski

Degree:  Clinical Psychology
License:  Limited Licensed Psychologist
Specialties:  Children, Adolescents, Adults and Seniors

Mr. Jancevski is a Limited Licensed Psychologist practicing within the State of Michigan.  He obtained his Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology (specializing in Child Development) from the University of Detroit-Mercy.  Mr. Jancevski’s initial training began with the University of Michigan, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Microbiology.  He is currently completing his Applied Behavioral Analysis education through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and expects to complete his BCBA certification at the end of 2018.

Mr. Jancevski is passionate about assisting individuals of all ages to overcome the various challenges that life presents them, and aid them in achieving their full potential.  His previous experiences in private practice include working with clients experiencing chronic pain, developmental and emotional concerns in children and adolescents, and working with inmates that suffer from significant mental health impairments.  As such, Mr. Jancevski has experience working with:

  • Michigan Department of Corrections
  • Department of Human Services
  • Child Welfare Services

Mr. Jancevski had gained experience in the specialties of neuropsychology and pain psychology while working under the supervision of David Cowan, Ph.D., with privileges to engage in brief short-term therapies with patients in crisis at Select Specialty Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan.

Mr. Jancevski has and is able to provide therapy services to individuals with various mental health concerns, including, but not limited to:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Adjustment issues
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral issues
  • Communication/Relational issues
  • Depression
  • Parenting issues
  • Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy issues
  • Stress Management
  • Head injuries / Dementia concerns
  • Hallucinations
  • Delusional Thinking

Clinical Training/Experience:

Michigan Department of Corrections

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST – RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM

  • Provided individual therapy and crisis intervention
  • Provided group therapy to prisoners including psycho educational, psychosocial skills development, dialectical behavioral type therapy, utilizing supportive and other directive techniques, educational and cognitive-behavioral techniques
  • Referrals to appropriate mental health level of care and treatment
  • Provided professional clinical supervision to interns conducting individual therapy with inmates

David Cowan & Associates

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST PRACTICUM

  • Individual Therapy, with emphasis on chronic pain issues
  • Brief Short-term therapy utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral approach
  • Psychological and Neuropsychological testing, including cognitive, achievement, personality, and projective measures as well as diagnosis and recommendations
  • Psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, and discharge planning

Research:

U of M / MSU Longitudinal Family Study, E. Lansing, Michigan

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PRACTICUM

  • Conducted personal interviews with study subjects
  • Completed various neuropsychological and psychological assessments with study subjects
  • Trained new research associates in administration of various psychological and neuropsychological assessments

Education and Degree(s):

University of Detroit-Mercy (2005 – 2006)

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (specializing in Child Development)

University of Michigan (1992 – 1997)

Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Microbiology