Daniel Swerdlow-Freed, Ph.D.
Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Dr. Daniel Swerdlow-Freed has been a practicing psychologist for over 20 years. He is dedicated to providing compassionate care to teenagers and adults, employing a wide range of treatment options acquired from his varied experiences in hospitals, clinics, and private practice.
Highly regarded for his forensic psychology services and mediation skills, Dr. Swerdlow-Freed is routinely sought out by attorneys seeking trial consultation and expert witness testimony, or needing assistance with child custody disputes or cases involving allegations of sexual or physical abuse.
- Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
- M.A. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
- M.A. Child and Family Studies, Merrill-Palmer Institute
- Pre-doctoral Psychology Fellow, Yale University, School of Medicine
In addition to his private practice, Dr. Swerdlow-Freed is an adjunct faculty member at Oakland Community College and has had psychology and forensic articles published in the Michigan Family Law Journal. He is a former President of the Michigan Psychological Association and former Chairperson of the MPA Ethics Committee.
Irene Swerdlow-Freed, Psy.D.
With over 25 years of clinical experience in hospitals, residential and educational settings, and private practice, Dr. Irene Swerdlow-Freed has expertise working with individuals of all ages facing a wide range of life challenges.
Her treatment is focused on understanding each patient’s unique needs and concerns, identifying individual strengths, and developing strategies for overcoming obstacles. She is sensitive, supportive and goal-oriented in offering therapy services for children, teens, adults, and seniors.
- Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Baylor University
- B.A. Psychology, University of Michigan
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Swerdlow-Freed is an adjunct faculty member at Oakland Community College. She is sought out by local media to discuss contemporary psychological issues, and she is available to conduct workshops for schools and community agencies.