The Raderstorf Bey & Associates Team

Mark Raderstorf has over thirty years of clinical experience, including assessing and counseling psychiatric and physically disabled patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

“We support one another, and our clients, to be the best they can be through empathy, candor and humor.”  Mark Raderstorf  ­ 

Jennifer Bey has more than sixteen years of experience working with individuals with physical, cognitive, and mental health impairments who are engaged in vocational rehabilitation.

“Each day brings a new set of opportunities and challenges. I enjoy partnering with our clients and our team to meet these head on.” Jen Bey

Tanya Dyer Raderstorf Bey & Associates

Tanya Dyer earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of North Dakota and a Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from Minnesota State Mankato. 

“I truly enjoy opportunities that combine my professional experience as a Vocational Counselor with my passion to provide creative, client forward services.  I look forward to bringing that passion to each and every case at RBA.”  Tanya Dyer

Lindsey Kueng  is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota, with a degree in Sociology and Public Health.  She spent the last year and a half at Norian Neurological Clinic,  most recently as a medical secretary. 

“I’m extremely excited to be a part of Raderstorf Bey & Associates.  It’s great to be surrounded by a group of people who respect and appreciate each other so much. I already feel important and I know I will learn a lot here.” Lindsey Kueng

Sandy Mattson brings over thirty years of experience in the administrative field to the Raderstorf Associates team. This includes three years at Fortis Benefits, performing transcription and other administrative tasks in the disability claims department. She also has eleven years of experience at Behavioral Medical Interventions as an administrative assistant and bookkeeper. “I love my job because no day is ever the same. It offers challenges and opportunities, which help me to stay interested. I feel I am appreciated and trusted, and the people I work with are like family to me.

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