Dr. Tansy has as an extensive history in both clinical and school settings. In addition to maintaining a private assessment and counseling practice for over thirty years, he has administered several child, adolescent, and adult psychiatric and addictive-disease inpatient programs, provided and supervised school psychological services, served as a trainer, journal reviewer, and a faculty member. As a school practitioner Dr. Tansy supervised psychologists and interns in a large suburban school district where he oversaw district programs for children diagnosed with emotional disabilities, and case-managed students treated in private day schools and residential treatment centers. He has consulted in several school districts across the country, presented at national and international conferences, and published articles related to childhood psychological disorders, including their assessment and treatment.
He is past President of the American Academy of School Psychology, past President of the American Board of School Psychology, past Division 16 (School) liaison to the American Psychological Association’s Board of Professional Affairs, and past Division 16 APAPO Federal Advisory Coordinator. Currently, in addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Tansy is the President-Elect of the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Tansy earned a Doctorate of Philosophy (Psychology in Education), a Masters in Counseling, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Arizona State University. In addition to being certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology, the National Association of School Psychologists, and the National Board of Certified Counselors, he is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Association of School Psychologists.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm
4140 East Baseline Rd, Suite 101 Mesa, AZ 85206
Accepted insurance plans: Aetna, Arizona Foundation, BCBS, Cigna, United Behavioral Health, Value Options, and others.
Payment accepted: Personal checks and cash.
Resources and Links:
Empact Crisis Services – Mental Health America of Arizona – Arizona Center for Disability Law’s Understanding Your Child’s Educational Rights – Raising Special Kids – Wright’s Law Special Education Law and Advocacy – United States Office of Special Education Programs – Arizona Department of Education Special Education – SMART Recovery