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Tammy McCrory is an award-winning author, clinical psychological and behavioral professional with extensive experience in community-based programs serving young children and families.

About Tammy McCrory 

Tammy R. McCrory is a Clinical Limited Licensed Psychologist, Supervisor, and Maternal and Infant Public Health Specialist known for providing high-quality care. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a practicing Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the State of Michigan. Ms. McCrory earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis and Trauma Intervention. Additionally, she has received specialized training in the identification, assessment, differential diagnosis, and the best treatment options for autism spectrum disorder, along with training in trauma identification and treatment.

Ms. McCrory has worked with a diverse range of populations. Earlier in her career, she was a Health Information and Technology Release Specialist at Sinai-Grace Hospital. Her career began at the Detroit Area Agency on Aging, where she coordinated the self-determination program before joining the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation to assist with efforts to improve the quality of life for community residents on a macro level.


Shortly thereafter, Ms. McCrory founded Social Care Administrators (now known as the McCrory Center), where she led a team of Clinical Professionals (Licensed Practical Nurses, Clinical Master Social Workers, Infant Mental Health Specialists, Clinical Student Interns, etc.) to improve the health outcomes of pregnant women and infants in the State of Michigan.

In 2017, she joined the leadership team at the Detroit Health Department, as a Public Health Project Leader. Later, she was selected by the Chief Medical Executive to become the Director of Maternal and Infant Health Services. In this role, she managed three complex and significant public health projects, defined processes, coordinated services, and oversaw day-to-day operations within the division.

Drawing on over 10 years of professional service to at-risk and vulnerable populations, Ms. McCrory's primary focus is the early identification and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders and providing professional development training for upcoming and aspiring professionals.


7800 West Outer Dr Ste LL30

Detroit, MI 48235

38099 Schoolcraft Ste 199

Livonia, MI 48150 




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