Mark Raderstorf

  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Licensed Psychologist
  • Diplomate – American Board of Vocational Experts
  • Founder and President of Raderstorf, Bey & Dyer
“We support one another, and our clients, to be the best they can be through empathy, candor and humor.” Mark Raderstorf
Mark Raderstorf has over thirty years of clinical experience, including assessing and counseling psychiatric and physically disabled patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Mark Raderstorf earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ohio State University and a Master’s in Rehabilitation Psychology from Texas Tech University. After relocating to the Twin Cities from Ohio, he started his private practice in 1989, providing personal adjustment counseling, psychological and vocational evaluations, and career counseling.

In 1995 Mark Raderstorf founded Behavioral Medical Interventions, Inc. (BMI), a disability management company and national provider of psychiatric and physical disability management services. He then spent fifteen years building BMI, a company focused on helping individuals with disabilities become stable and productive employees.

BMI became a national leader in the behavioral health disability and absence management field as Mark was fortunate to surround himself with very talented and energetic professionals.

After selling BMI in 2010, Mark enjoyed a sabbatical in Ecuador and returned with a renewed passion for his clinical practice.   Mark is now focused on providing vocational and psychological assessments to clients experiencing a major life change due to illness, injury, trauma, or change in marital status. As a complement to these assessments, Mark also provides career counseling, labor market research, disability consultations, threat assessments, and fitness for duty examinations.

Mark has lectured locally and nationally on topics related to behavioral health disability management and psychological/ vocational issues in the workplace. He has also authored several peer-reviewed articles that have been published regarding work capability and mental health issues in the workplace.

As an adjunct to his clinical practice, Mark contributes to his community through leadership and direct service to several non-profit organizations in the Twin City Area. He is particularly interested in assisting organizations that want to improves the lives of children and youth. Mark has served on the Board of Directors for the Loppet Foundation, a non-profit committed to promoting a healthy, active lifestyle, especially to inner-city youth. Through the Loppet Foundation, he is a cross-country ski coach at Minneapolis Northeast Middle School.  He is on the Advisory Board to the Minnesota Urban Debate League, which promotes critical thinking and debate skills to junior high / high school students in Minneapolis and St. Paul City Schools.  He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Cuban-American Youth Orchestra (CAYO), an Minneapolis based nonprofit that promtes cultural engagement between the US and Cuba through music.