Dr. Landauer is a child and adolescent clinical psychologist licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Illinois and completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of North Dakota. His training focused on evidence-based assessment and interventions with children and adolescents in a variety of settings including schools, community mental health, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential treatment. He completed his APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Youth Opportunity Center where he gained experience in assessment and treatment of youth with serious emotional and behavioral difficulties and their families in a residential treatment setting and experience collaborating with juvenile justice and child welfare systems. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology at the University of Minnesota in partnership with PrairieCare Medical Group with a focus on development and implementation of evidence-based intensive outpatient interventions for adolescents with depression and children with disruptive behavior disorders.
Dr. Landauers primary clinical interests are evidence-based interventions for youth with mood and anxiety disorders, family therapy, parent management training to address disruptive behavior, and psychological assessment. His research has looked broadly at the interpersonal consequences of depression. For his dissertation, he examined the Facebook disclosure behaviors of emerging adults with depression and friends responses to those behaviors. His previous research examined the role of romantic relationships in the context of suicidality in emerging adults with depression.
Dr. Landauer is originally from Chicago, IL. His hobbies include following Chicago sports teams, particularly the Chicago Cubs, attending concerts and other cultural events, reading going to the movies, playing trivia, and spending time with friends and family.