M.A. in Clinical-Community Psychology — Depaul Univeristy
B.A. in Human Development — Boston College
Nancy Burgoyne, Ph.D., is the chief clinical officer and vice president of Clinical Services at the Family Institute at Northwestern University. Dr. Burgoyne is a licensed clinical psychologist and a marriage and family therapist. Dr. Burgoyne is part of the teaching faculty in the Marriage and Family Therapy program in the Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies, and is a clinical lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University.
Dr. Burgoyne is a practicing clinician who abides by the scientist-practitioner model. Her clinical interests include:
- life stage transitions, including adolescent adjustment, emerging adults, adult children and parent relationship issues,
- personal/existential/identity exploration,
- cultural transition,
- systemically focused family of origin work,
- families with chronically mentally ill members,
- divorce recovery,
- and post-divorce co-parenting.
Dr. Burgoyne has been a behavioral health professional for over 25 years, is an LGB/TQ+ ally and is committed to approaching her work with cultural humility.