Thomas L. Henderson, Phd, HSPP, ABPP


Thomas Henderson


  • BS Indiana State University in Social Studies and Psychology in January of 1964
  • Indiana University M.A.T. in Psychology in June 1965
  • PhD Counseling Psychology 1972 Indiana State University

Education and Training: Dr. Henderson received a BS degree from Indiana State University in Social Studies and Psychology in January of 1964. He then went on to Indiana University where he earned a M.A.T. in Psychology in June 1965. After receiving his M.A.T. he taught Psychology and World History at Shore Ridge High School for four years in Indianapolis. He then went back to Indiana State University in January 1970 and received his PhD in Counseling Psychology in August of 1972.

Summary of Experience: Dr. Tom Henderson has been employed at Hamilton Center, Inc since September 1, 1972. He served as a Psychology Intern at Hamilton Center from September 1972-July 1973. In August of 1973, he became a staff psychologist and was appointed as Program Director of the Clay County Satellite Office when it was created. He served as Program Director until 1996. He then continued as a staff psychologist. He was Director of Training for Hamilton Center's APA approved internship from August 1978-August 2008 when the internship program ended. Dr. Henderson currently remains as a staff psychologist seeing children, adolescents, adults, families and couples at the Clay County center.

Dr. Henderson is certified in Indiana as a Health Service Provider in Psychology. He has had a private practice certificate in Indiana since his graduation from ISU in 1972. He is also a Diplomat in Counseling Psychology which was awarded by the American Board of Professional Psychology. Dr. Henderson also is a clinical member and an approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has done much supervision of psychologists and marriage and family therapists during his tenure at Hamilton Center.

Counseling Specialties: Dr. Henderson sees many children and adolescents. He sees a wide variety of diagnosis' including ADHD, Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorders, and other problems that present to a community mental health center. He continues serving as a staff psychologist for children, adolescents, and adults at the Clay County satellite office.