Mark A. Bakal, Psy.D. Individual and Couples Therapist Corporate Training and Consultation Schaumburg Location Ext. 314 Dr. Mark Bakal is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist whose passion is helping individuals, couples, employers and employees find ways to live a full and satisfying life. He has been providing Psychotherapy to individuals, couples and groups in various settings since 1987. In addition to his clinical work in the office, Dr. Bakal has been providing training and consultation for small and large businesses throughout the Chicago area for several years. He enjoys presenting in a down-to-earth and interactive fashion.
He realizes that we live in a fast paced culture where many of us feel overrun with anxiety, depression, relationship troubles and a general sense of unnecessary urgency. He enjoys helping people learn a method of tuning into their mind and body which allows them to slow the pace of their lives and make decisions from a clear and accepting place. This is a skill that can help a person go from putting out life’s fires to living to one’s fullest on a daily basis. This method of Psychotherapy can help people who have been suffering with depression, anxiety, difficulty making decisions, procrastination, couples issues as well as people who just want to live a better life.
Joseph M. Ripp, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Certified Imago Relationship Therapist Individual, Couples, Family, and Group Psychotherapy Glen Ellyn and Schaumburg Locations Ext. 315
Dr. Ripp began his career in psychology in 1986, working with children and adolescents on an inpatient basis. Since 1994, he has been in private practice working primarily with adults. Dr. Ripp enjoys working with both individuals and couples. In his work with individuals, Dr. Ripp’s goal is to help them live with less anxiety and more freedom, to be free of limiting beliefs and be more open to new experiences. He works with his clients to identify how they got where they are and to understand the behaviors that are keeping them in that place. He then challenges his clients to adopt new ways of thinking about themselves by increasing their accountability and giving them tasks aimed specifically at creating a positive self-image. He loves seeing individuals take on new challenges and risks, which can lead them to a realization of what’s possible in their life.
Dr. Ripp finds that many couples fall into patterns of trying to get their partner to change – criticizing, withdrawing, and shaming. As a certified Imago Therapist since 1998, Dr. Ripp uses techniques to break the couple’s existing patterns of behavior, which allows them to slow down their reactions. This allows each person to see the world through the partner’s perspective. Dr. Ripp hopes that through therapy, couples can learn to view conflict as an opportunity for growth and change and that they will be able to connect in a new way, as a result. Dr. Ripp also specializes in working with pre-marital couples. He helps couples tackle important conversations to have before marriage with the goal of creating a true partnership that will get them started on the right path in marriage.
In general, Dr. Ripp recognizes the importance of maintaining a safe and genuine atmosphere within which his clients can focus on their personal growth.
Steven L. Wodka, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Individual, Couples, and Family Psychotherapy Schaumburg and Crystal Lake Locations Ext. 313
Dr. Wodka considers himself a "generalist," working with varied populations including adolescents, adults, and families. He takes a "nuts and bolts" approach, utilizing an interactive style contingent on the clients' needs. These individuals benefit from his compassionate, but straightforward approach. He helps clients understand their emotional/behavioral "blue-print" and create new learning and choices in the future. Some of his treatment interests include Adult Children Of Alcoholics or family dysfunction,underachieving gifted adolescents, panic attacks and anxiety disorders, depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and older adults with life transtions. Dr. Wodka works well with emotionally distant and repressed individuals, building better communication skills and a broader sense of self. Lastly, Dr. Wodka conducts psychological evaluations for individuals having Bariatric Gastric Bypass Surgery.
Maria Luisa P. Estrada, M.D. Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist Schaumburg Location Ext. 350 Dr. Estrada completed her adult psychiatry training at Lutheran General Hospital and received her child fellowship training at Northwestern University, Children's Memorial Hospital. Thus far, her 10-year experience in biological psychiatry focuses on evaluation and treatment of common disorders including, clinical depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Emphasis is also placed on coordinating treatment with the client’s therapists, school authorities, and their families.
Maggie Hahn APN/CNS Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management Schaumburg and Crystal Lake locations Ext. 362 Maggie Hahn is a board certified psychiatric clinical nurse specialist and licensed advanced practice nurse. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois - Chicago and has training and experience with adults and adolescents, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Maggie has developed specialty programs for adolescents and provided both administrative and clinical oversight of these programs. She also has experience in teaching and research. She is trained in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and has a certificate in psychopharmacology from the Neuroscience Education Institute, in association with the University of California - San Diego Department of Continuing Education.
In collaboration with Dr. Joseph McNally, Maggie provides psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medication management. Her approach to prescribing includes education and support, to assist clients in using medication as one of the tools to alleviate symptoms and return to well-being.
Maryann Morse MSN, RN, APN, PMHNP-BC
Licensed Advanced Practice Nurse
Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC)
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management
Crystal Lake location
Maryann is a graduate from the University of Illinois-Chicago certified in psychopharmacology and medication management. She served in the United States Navy Nurse Corps as a Lieutenant Commander. Maryann has worked in an extensive variety of nursing specialties and has 35+ years of nursing experience in the healing arts. Maryann practices and teaches a wide variety of mind, body, spirit, and energy psychology therapies such as evidenced based Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), applied kinesiology, and BodyTalk to alleviate stress that often leads to states such as anxiety, grief, anger, guilt, overwhelm, and depression. She has a passion for how these consciousness therapies help access the subconscious, responsible for over 90% of our thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and illness, and help release the negative cellular memories, restoring the body-mind to balance.
In collaboration with Dr. Joseph McNally, Maryann provides psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medication management. Her holistic approach to prescribing includes education and compassionate support to assist clients to take charge of their own health and well-being. Based on the client’s needs and priority, Maryann enjoys using a variety of tools and strategies beyond medication to alleviate symptoms, facilitating change toward optimal health and well-being.
Ross Arneson, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Individual, Couple, Family, and Group Psychotherapy
Psychological Assessments and Testing
Dr. Ross Arneson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who utilizes a multicultural perspective when working with children, adolescents, families, and adults. Dr. Arneson’s experiences providing psychological evaluations and therapy have included: ADHD, aggression, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, chronic medical conditions, depression, familial conflict, identity issues, learning disabilities, mood disorders, opposition, parent-child bonding, school problems, substance abuse/dependence, and trauma. Dr. Arneson has a special interest in attachment related issues and is a registered Circle of Security (COS) parent educator, a relationship-based early intervention program designed to enhance the security between parents and children.
Dr. Arneson draws primarily from the principles of Object Relations Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Relationships are central to our lives and to these theories. By better understanding the manner and character of these connections, we can gain profound insight into the difficulties being experienced. Working collaboratively, Dr. Arneson aims to foster change for the individual, their family, friends, school/work, and community.
Susan Bennett, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist Individual, Couples, Family, and Group Psychotherapy Schaumburg Location Ext. 320 Dr. Bennett has been working in the mental health field since 1988. She received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from St. Louis University in 1996. She believes in a respectful approach to therapy based on the individual's innate ability to grow and heal. She views therapy as a highly collaborative process in which the therapist and client strive together to fully understand the clients unique perspective and life difficulties. She and the client then use this understanding to problem-solve and help the client to create a richer and more fulfilling life. Dr. Bennett works with people with wide variety of concerns, but has particular interests in working with women's issues, couples/marital issues, abuse survivors, and individuals diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Emily Frey, PsyD, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Emily Frey is a Licensed Clinical Professional counselor,
who is completing her doctoral degree in psychology and graduating in the fall
of 2016. She provides a warm, genuine, empathic environment for clients,
while fostering sensitivity and vulnerability by encouraging clients to focus
inward. During therapy, she assists clients in transforming their pain
into positive change in order for them to push through their struggle and shift
from a state of feeling stuck to a state of feeling empowered. This
includes developing the capacity for emotion regulation, learning to
self-soothe, assertiveness training, and building insight into the self.
Emily utilizes Emotion-Focused Therapy, which is an integration of humanistic,
cognitive, and psychodynamic therapies, and has witnessed rewarding change
through the use of this orientation. She makes a strong effort to meet
clients where they are at, which involves adapting therapy to the client’s
needs and respecting how diversity influences each person’s unique
narrative. She understands that life consists of complex twists and
turns that require both compassion and resilience – two of the areas she
focuses on growing in therapy. Emily enjoys working individually with
children (age 10 and up), adolescents, and adults who experience anxiety,
hair-pulling, non-suicidal self-injury, depression, mood dysregulation,
trauma/PTSD, domestic violence, bullying, social skills deficits, loss,
relationship issues and those who identify as LGBTQ. Having been an athlete
in the past, she also likes to work with high school and college athletes
experiencing performance issues and stress.
Jan Hammer, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Individual, Family and Group Psychotherapy, Psychological Assessments and Testing Schaumburg Location Ext. 338
Dr. Jan Hammer is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with experience
providing assessment, therapy, and psychological testing services to
adults, children and adolescents with a wide range of difficulties including
ADHD, depression, anxiety, temper tantrums, mood swings, defiance, anger
management, grief, academic under achievement, and parent and child
conflict and communication problems, as well as issues related with
stressful life transitions (e.g.
divorce, blended families), abuse, neglect, and traumatic events. In
addition to a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Hammer has a
Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a rich history of working
with kids and teenagers.
Hammer draws predominantly from a Person-Centered and Existential
background that focuses on creating a judgment free understanding of
individuals and their unique life experiences, while weaving in
mindfulness-based, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and cognitive
behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques when appropriate. When working with
families, Dr. Hammer supports parents in identifying how they can help
meet their child's individual needs and family members are assisted to
solve problems collaboratively. Dr. Hammer also provides ADHD
evaluations and psychological testing to confirm diagnoses and give
recommendations as needed for the therapy, home,
and school environments.
Joann Herman, MS, LCPC Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Individual and Family Psychotherapy Crystal Lake and Schaumburg Locations Ext. 352 Joann earned her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology in 1997. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with extensive experience in providing individual, family, and group therapy to clients of multiple age groups whose difficulties cover a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Her expertise includes treating family conflict, anxiety, depression, defiant behaviors, ADHD, and coping with general conflicts associated with life stressors.
Joann believes in providing a comfortable, supportive, and non-judgmental environment where clients feel safe to explore and resolve issues. She believes each client is unique and treatment should be customized to meet the specific needs and goals of each individual and his or her circumstances. While being supportive and understanding, Joann ultimately strives to assist others to utilize their strengths to identify and develop the skills and supports necessary to lead a more positive lifestyle. She views successful therapy as a collaborative effort between the therapist and the client to develop and implement strategies to resolve problems and cope with symptoms and daily life stressors. Overall, she draws upon a variety of treatment methods and approaches to achieve treatment goals and address the specific needs of each client.
Barbara Howard, LCPC, CADC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
and Family Psychotherapy
Barbara Howard is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor with experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couple, and family sessions as well as in group settings. Barb has worked with a diverse population and has helped people of all ages struggling with a variety of issues including stress and anxiety, AD/HD, loss and grief, depression, Bipolar, trauma, substance abuse issues, eating disorders, self-injury, parenting and relational issues.
Barb is experienced with multiple models of talk therapy and also experiential therapies such as play and sand tray therapy. She specializes in providing a warm, genuine, direct approach and creating a safe space so that it is easier for people to be open and honest about the issues that have brought them to counseling. Barb has great respect for the courage it takes to seek out counseling help and to develop trust in a therapist. She is committed to providing individualized care for people of all ages and helping them on their journey toward a better quality of life.
Donna Gardner Jacoby, MSW, MA, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
and Family Psychotherapy
Crystal Lake Location
has worked as a licensed clinical social worker for more than 20 years.
She has provided therapy in a community mental health office and at a
VA clinic, and has served as clinical director of a domestic violence
resource agency, providing crisis intervention, clinical assessment,
individual and group psychotherapy, and advocacy. She has helped
individuals cope with issues such as trauma recovery, anxiety,
depression, impulse control and anger management. She enjoys supporting
individuals as they wrestle with developmental transitions and
challenges associated with aging, resolving past trauma, and coping with
grief & loss.
a positive, holistic perspective, Donna is warm, empathic, and
non-judgmental, taking a very down-to-earth approach. She works with
people to identify where they are, where they want to be, and how to get
from here to there. She offers individual psychotherapy for older
adolescents and adults of all ages in a safe and supportive environment
in which to explore thoughts and feelings, helping clients as they make
changes to improve their quality of life. She focuses on client
strengths and enjoys integrating principles from a variety of treatment
approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused
therapy, mindfulness, and existential therapy.
Sonya Kontorovich, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Individual, Couples and Family Psychotherapy
Sonya Kontorovich earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2007, and a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Professional Psychology at Roosevelt University in 2011. Sonya established her career working in community mental health centers as both a crisis therapist and an outpatient therapist providing individual, family and group therapy for children, adolescents, and adults before moving into private practice. Previously, she gained invaluable knowledge working as a nanny, a classroom counselor at a therapeutic school, a program facilitator mentoring at-risk youth, a college academic tutor, and a university research/teaching assistant in psychology.
Deeply interested in the experiences and perceptions of others, Sonya strives to help clients reach their full potential by learning to tap into their authentic positive selves to gain insight and mastery over their limitations. Sonya is understanding, appreciative, and unconditionally accepting of her clients, which results in their increased courage, self-esteem, and optimism. Trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Sonya helps people struggling with self-injury, suicidal thoughts, life transitions and difficult relationships. Sonya understands self-defeating patterns as incredibly insidious and difficult to change, so she assists clients in identifying and overcoming problems by focusing on strengths. With a firm grasp on what children, teens and adults face, Sonya empowers families to build nurturing, safe, and communicative relationships and effectively mediates inter-generational challenges. Emphasizing an open dialogue and rigorous honesty, Sonya focuses on creating a tailored approach using role-play, art, humor, games, and writing as some of the tools to engage her clients.
She is fluent in both English and Russian and is sensitive to all cultural backgrounds. Her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, defiance, social problems, family dynamics, couples counseling, codependency/boundaries, trauma, and identity issues. Sonya honors and respects the collaborative nature of therapeutic work with her clients, and takes very seriously the privilege of their trust.
Fonda G. Lewis, M.S., LCPC, NCC Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Couples, Individual, Family and Group Therapy
Schaumburg Location Ext. 336
Fonda is a dedicated, empathetic, and compassionate therapist, whose purpose is to help her clients recognize and become aware of their full potential and possibilities. Her expertise in couples counseling is the result of extensive training in both Imago Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She believe that through relationship therapy, couples are able to find new ways to understand and respond to each other's emotions and behaviors. They learn new communication skills, positive interaction, and have the opportunity to create a sense of safety, awareness, and compassion for themselves and each other. The ultimate goal is a loving and passionate friendship. Fonda practices an integrative approach to therapy, tailored to meet the needs of each individual. She is also experienced in implementing guided visualizations, relaxation, and centering techniques to supplement therapeutic insight and awareness. Her main objective when working with individuals is that they are able to achieve personal growth and live their lives more successfully by learning to understand and accept themselves. At a time when many baby boomers are caring for their aging parents, Fonda recognizes the stress and anxiety this creates for the entire family. There is a vital need for support and counseling to make this time with loved ones fulfilling and gratifying. Her professional and personal experience have given her a unique understanding and empathy for the elderly, as well as their families. Fonda is also an Adjunct Professor at National Louis University's graduate school program, where she finds gratification in teaching future therapists.
Erin LoPresti, LCPC, CADC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Other Drugs of Addiction Counselor
Individual and Family Psychotherapy Crystal Lake Location Ext. 403
Erin received her master’s degree in Community Counseling
from National-Louis University and received her undergraduate degree from The
University of Iowa. She has over 8 years of experience working with adults and
adolescents in an Inpatient and outpatient setting at a Behavioral Health
Hospital, along with community mental health services and private practice. Erin
uses an eclectic and flexible approach to meet her patients’ needs which
includes dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure
therapy, crisis intervention and individual psychotherapy.
She specializes in assisting clients manage and cope with
anxiety, depression, anger management, family communication, substance
abuse,adjustment disorders,and improving self-esteem. Erin endeavors to help
clients reach their goals and maintain them through adapting healthier coping
skills and identifying how to break through barriers.Erin provides a safe and supportive
environment while helping her clients reach their goals.
Mark R. Pumper, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Individual, Couples & Family Psychotherapy Psychological Assessments & Testing Crystal Lake Location Ext. 324 Dr. Mark Pumper has been working in the mental health field since 1981. He has worked primarily in outpatient settings, providing psychotherapy and assessments. He believes that psychotherapy is a collaborative relationship involving client and therapist and that in an environment where one feels safe and free from judgment, there is a gradual openness to explore feelings and issues. Such openness leads to change. He has found this process particularly helpful when working with adolescents. Dr. Pumper uses a multi-disciplinary approach based on the needs of the client. He holds the belief that problems are at times resultant from learned and repeated behavior patterns, and can be metaphoric for other issues and concerns. Dr. Pumper has extensive experience with administration and interpretation of psychological testing to rule out ADHD and/or other psychological diagnoses. He has expertise working with older children, adolescents, adults and couples dealing with depression, grief, anxiety problems, obsessive compulsive disorder, co-dependency and relationship issues.
Timothy Re, Psy.D., CADC Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Site Director, Crystal Lake Certified Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Individual, Couples, & Family Psychotherapy Crystal Lake and Schaumburg Locations Ext. 317
Dr. Timothy Re has worked in the field since 1982. He has an extensive and varied background working with children and families in hospital settings, directing an outpatient substance abuse program, working in an adolescent intensive outpatient program, directing a multi-specialty outpatient clinic, developing and directing an anxiety disorders program, running an OCD program, and working in general practice for over 20 years. Personally, he has been a licensed foster parent and has adopted six children.
As a generalist, Dr. Re enjoys working with clients of all ages and treatment needs. He utilizes cognitive-behavioral techniques within a holistic philosophy. In therapy, Dr. Re helps clients think and behave in new ways to address issues, look at things from a different perspective, and/or utilize strengths to to develop new coping skills. Clients report he is very caring and easy to talk to.
Allison Glore Salituro, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Individual and Group Psychotherapy Schaumburg location Ext. 321 Dr. Salituro has been working in the field of mental health since 1993. She has worked primarily in educational settings, including a high school, an alternative school, a community mental health center, a prison, and a probation program. She has also been involved in the training and supervision of master's and doctoral-level counselors. She received her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Though Dr. Salituro has more extensive experience in the treatment of substance abuse/dependence, ACOA issues, and eating disorders, she enjoys working with individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues, low self-esteem, life change issues, trauma, and problems related to cultural/ethnic identification and sexual orientation. She takes an integrative approach, focusing on the therapeutic relationship and the client's emotional needs. As both an individual and group therapist, she encourages clients to try new things and take risks to facilitate personal growth.
Erica Schulz, Psy.D., NCC, CADC
and Family Psychotherapy
and Schaumburg Locations
Dr. Erica Schulz is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Her
experience includes work in behavioral health hospitals, residential programs
including substance abuse treatment programs, and outpatient settings including
an adoption preservation program. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology
from the Adler School of Professional Psychology and concentrated in Adlerian
Psychotherapy, which informs her work. Dr. Schulz finds importance in
understanding individuals from their own perceptions and in the way individuals
relate to others. Her approach is strength-based, encouraging the use of the
multiple strengths each person possesses. This approach is helpful when working
with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with a range of issues
including anxiety, depression, loss, trauma, body image, and addiction.
Dr. Schulz is also a Certified Positive Discipline Parent
Educator and uses the principles of Positive Discipline when working with children,
adolescents, and families. This approach helps parents identify the motivation behind
their child’s behavior, helps the child or adolescent feel heard and understood,
and helps improve the parent’s relationship with their child.
Donna Siller, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
and Family Psychotherapy
Donna received her masters degree
in social work from the University of Illinois-Chicago. She has over 25 years experience
as an adult and couples psychotherapist in private practice, primary care and
community based settings. Donna uses holistic and flexible therapy approaches
to best meet the needs of her clients including cognitive behavioral,
mindfulness, interpersonal and solution focused therapies.She strives to help clients manage life
stressors and identify and reach their goals by working through barriers, learning
new skills and making positive changes in order to create a fulfilling and
Donna works with an array of life
issues including anxiety, fear, depression, relationships, communication,
parenting, divorce, grief and loss, mid-life and geriatric issues, caregiver
stress, work difficulties, adjustment to physical health problems, anger
management and improving self-esteem/confidence.She is also experienced in working with
military families and providing faith based counseling to those clients who
Tracy Strepek, LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker Individual and Family Psychotherapy Crystal Lake Location Ext. 351 Tracy received her masters in social work from the University of Illinois in 1997. She has been working in the mental health field in a variety of outpatient settings, primarily with children and adolescents. Tracy provides a nurturing and comfortable environment for clients to safely express their feelings and thoughts. Through a highly energetic and therapeutic process, children and adolescents are able to make long-term changes in their ability to identify and cope with daily life stressors. She currently specializes in the treatment of Depression, Anxiety, low self-esteem, school phobia, ADHD, behavior disorders, and grief and loss issues. Tracy works primarily one-on-one with the client, but will provide family therapy services or parent coaching when deemed appropriate.
Mark Vogel, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Individual, Couples, and Family Psychotherapy Crystal Lake and Schaumburg Locations Ext. 318 Dr. Vogel has worked in the mental health field since 1980, with experience in a variety of treatment settings. His flexible approach to psychotherapy draws from various schools of psychological thought, and he views therapy as a collaborative enterprise between client and therapist, with the aim of improving quality of life.
In his work with clients, he values a gentle, accepting way of looking at life problems, where the emphasis is always on understanding rather than judging or condemning oneself and others. Dr. Vogel values curiosity as a valuable asset in the therapeutic process and enjoys working with clients who can be curious about themselves and their lives. He works with the client to identify new skills, behaviors, or attitudes, which will facilitate desired changes.
As a certified Imago therapist, Dr. Vogel works with couples who have become disconnected in their relationship. Here, he works to help each partner realize their emotional impact on the other, and then to facilitate a deeper understanding, acceptance, of their differences. This paves the way for each partner to view the other in a more empathetic way. Then, partners learn to communicate more clearly and without judgment, which in turn restores safety and connectedness to the relationship. Dr. Vogel's areas of interest include include marital/relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, grief/loss issues, parent coaching, and ADHD evaluations.
Kathleen Zachary, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Child, Adolescent, Adult and Family Psychotherapy
Schaumburg Location Ext. 325
Dr. Kathleen Zachary is a licensed clinical psychologist and an educator. She brings over 20 years of experience to her work with children, adolescents, adults, parents and families. She has experience working with such concerns as behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, communication difficulties, parenting and relationship struggles, eating disorders, and stress management. She assists others in discovering individualized ways to improve general well-being and life satisfaction.
Her work with children embraces a family-focused path which empowers families to assist their children in overcoming obstacles so that optimal development may proceed.
Areas of interest include creative ways to manage anxiety, depression and limiting thoughts/beliefs; behavior modification; play therapy; communication skills training; parent coaching as well as relaxation, imagery and other quieting the mind techniques.
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