Dr. Grandt-Dudle earned her Doctoral Degree (Psy.D.) and Masters in Clinical Counseling from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. She obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Statistics, from Miami University. Dr. Grandt-Dudle completed her predoctoral internship at Christ’s Hospital in Oak Lawn and the Childhood Trauma Treatment Center in Bolingbrook, Illinois, and a post- doctoral fellowship at Bridgeview/Challenger Therapeutic School. Since 2004, Dr. Grandt-Dudle has worked in a private practice setting, specializing in the treatment of ADHD, Executive Functioning Deficits, and Mood Disorders, especially Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, providing both Individual and Family Therapy. In addition, Dr. Grandt-Dudle conducts psychological assessments, specializing in the identification of learning disabilities, ADHD, executive functioning deficits, and how these conditions interact with comorbid mood disorders. While Dr. Grandt- Dudle primarily services individuals between the ages of 10-21, she also works with young adults experiencing anxiety and uncertainty as they face major life transitions, and provides parent support for families with neurodivergent children.