Thomas Richardson, MA, LP, LSP
Tom Richardson is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed School Psychologist. He trained at the University
of Minnesota Educational Psychology Department, where he assisted in research related to the early
development of children prenatally exposed to chemicals. Prior to working at Psychiatric Recovery,
he conducted therapeutic groups for preschool aged children at Fraser Child and Family Center. He has
extensive assessment experience with both children and adults. He continues to work closely with public
schools to complete special education assessments for students in elementary school through transition
age. He also works at Saint Thomas Academy, a college preparatory middle and high school, where he
provides consultation to their counseling department and completes learning disability, ADHD, and
mental health assessments. His work with school and transition age students provides him with
knowledge to help parents understand and prepare for students who may need a 504 Plan or an
Individual Education Plan. He also currently works with the Minnesota Division of Rehabilitation
Services to complete learning and mental health evaluations to plan for the vocational needs of
adults with disabilities.
Tom has a focus on assessments for learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, mental health, and personality disorders. He works with individuals from elementary age through adult. His evaluations provide information for accommodations that may be needed in educational and employment settings. They also provide information to help guide treatment and intervention for mental health issues.