Dr. Toby Watson, Psy.D.
Dr. Watson accepted the position of Executive and Clinical Director of Associated Psychological Health Services in 2005, whereby he changed the clinic into a free clinic and created a "therapy fund" (Recovery of Emotionally Abused Children-R.E.A.Ch.), to help pay for children to attend therapy at local treatment agencies. R.E.A.Ch. has served hundreds of clients since it's inception, and no one has ever been unable to begin and or continue with psychological treatment due to the work of Dr. Watson and the R.E.A.Ch. program.
Dr. Watson is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, holds a Master’s Degree from the California School of Professional Psychology-Fresno and a Doctorate in Clinical Depth/Dynamic Psychology (2002) from CSPP-Alliant University. He was additionally trained at: San Joaquin Psychotherapy Center in Clovis-Fresno, CA, now called Sequoia Psychotherapy Center, one of the only enhanced day treatment programs in the country that specializes at providing intensive pure psychotherapy for individuals often diagnosed as Schizophrenic, Bipolar, and suicidal; and at Allendale Association-Bradley Counseling Center, one of the largest child and adolescent residential, day-treatment and outpatient treatment facilities in the State of IL. Dr. Watson also is the former Chief Supervising Psychologist-Executive for the State of WI-Dept. of Corrections-KMCI (2011-2013), and was responsible for oversight of all mental health services for a medium secure institution of approximately 1,200 inmates.
Dr. Watson is the former (2009-2011) International Executive Director of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (www.psychintegrity.org), formally ICSPP, a not-for-profit professional educational organization of hundreds of members who are professors, researchers, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists, pediatricians, teachers, therapists and attorneys, who for approximately 40 years, has critically analyzed the impact of mental health research and theory on the practice, politics and awareness of mental health.
Dr. Watson has presented at and is a member of the International Society for the Psychological Treatment of Schizophrenia and other psychosis (www.ISPS.org
), and is a member of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (www.AHRP.org
Dr. Watson specializes in integrating Evidence Based Practices. He uses an integrated psycho-social biological psychodynamic-analytic integrated model of conceptualization, typically focusing upon a more behavioral mode of delivery with families and children when struggling with behavioral problems, and using a more analytic mode of delivery when working with severe pathology- "mental illness". He specifically integrates the Nurtured Heart Approach by Howard Glasser, the Caregiver's Skills Program by David Stein, PhD, and core concepts from a family systems approach. He has a special interest and expertise at relaying long term research, best care practices, for individuals seeking information on psychotropic medication alternatives.
Dr. Watson has testified as an expert witness and or provided written testimony/reports for many state counties, as well as for private clients throughout the United States and abroad. He welcomes helping and consulting with individuals, as is available for court ordered examinations and evaluations. He is also a continuing education facilitator for both psychologists (C.E.) and attorneys, having developed dozens of CEUs for practitioners. He is available for consulting, speeches and phone consultations.
Elizabeth Heitzmann, CFP, MAC, PCT
Ms. Heitzmann is a master level therapist in training, with special interest in bereavement. She can be reached at the office or at: