Dr. Kevin Vost obtained his Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in Chicago with internship and dissertation research at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Alzheimer’s Center, Memory and Aging Clinic. His dissertation was entitled Executive Functioning in Early Alzheimer’s Disease and his master’s thesis from Sangamon State University was entitled Memory Strategy Instruction and the Internalization of Higher Psychological Processes in Adolescence.
Dr. Vost has taught psychology and gerontology at Aquinas College in Nashville, the University of Illinois at Springfield, MacMurray College, and Lincoln Land Community College. He has also served as a Research Review Committee Member for American Mensa and as an Advisory Board Member for the International Association of Resistance Trainers. In 2017 Kevin and his wife, Kathy, became lay Dominican Associates with the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois.
Dr. Vost is the author of eighteen Catholic books, has appeared on hundreds of Catholic radio and television broadcasts, and has traveled across the United States and Ireland giving
talks on the themes of his books. When home, he drinks great drafts of coffee while studying timeless, Thomistic tomes in the company of his wife, their two sons, and their two dogs.