Amy Swier-Vosnos, PsyD, HSPP
Dr. Amy Swier-Vosnos holds licenses to practice clinical psychology in Indiana and Illinois. Currently, she serves as the Director of Neuropsychology for Neurobehavioral Consultants, her private practice. She provides comprehensive outpatient neuropsychological evaluations, working with adult and geriatric persons with neurological and medical conditions. She holds medical staff privileges at Community Health Network hospitals as well as Franciscan Health.
Dr. Swier-Vosnos earned her doctorate at Roosevelt University. Her internship (residency) was completed at Ann Arbor VA Healthcare System, and her post-doctoral fellowship at Rush University Medical Center, Department of Behavioral Sciences. During her graduate education and training, she was involved with research into the psychometric properties of neuropsychological test, and has co-authored a number of scholarly articles. She continues to contribute to academic research and facilitate dissertations of current doctoral students.
Katherine Tolle-Fu, PsyD
Dr. Tolle-Fu is a licensed clinical psychologist in Indiana and a fellowship-trained neuropsychologist. She specializes in outpatient neuropsychological assessment of adults with cognitive, neurological, and/or psychiatric concerns. She has special interests in the assessment of older adults, neurodegenerative disorders, movement disorders, and traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Tolle-Fu earned her doctorate at Xavier University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System and her neuropsychology fellowship at the University of Michigan/VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System Postdoctoral Consortium. She has co-authored several scholarly articles on cognitive screening, neuropsychological tests, and geriatric assessment. She is committed to providing comprehensive neuropsychological assessment informed by the latest science in the field
Nancy Merbitz, PhD
Dr. Merbitz provides psychological assessment and psychotherapy, which can include family members and loved ones with the permission of the patient. Services can be conducted in-person or virtually depending on which fulfills the needs of the patient and their life circumstances. Insurance might require in-person for the first meeting. Her expertise includes the intersection of physical and chronic health conditions with mental health. As a rehabilitation psychologist, she can offer insight into the effect of various health conditions and disabilities on mental health and cognitive functioning, assist patients in adapting and navigating these changes and challenges, and help them pursue fulfilling and purposeful lives. One aspect of this can be through the coordination of care with other healthcare professionals who work with the patient, assisting with communication, and advocating for patients’ needs. Adults and older teens with a history of medical conditions, disability, history of trauma, or other general mental health concerns, can benefit from Dr. Merbitz’s years of experience in the practice of Psychology. Above all, she aims to listen and learn from every patient, in every session, offering recommendations and guidance within a genuine, collaborative relationship.
Dr. Nancy Merbitz holds licenses to practice clinical psychology in Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Her internship (residency) was completed at the Northern California VA Healthcare System, and her post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She retired from the Cleveland VA in 2022; earlier in her career she taught at the college and graduate level, had a private practice, and returned for a clinical faculty position at University of Michigan. She has co-authored publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters as well as presenting at many national and local organizations.