Director of Clinical Training
Director of Outpatient Psychotherapy
Associate Professor, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences
Assistant Professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and a
clinical psychologist who specializes in treating women who have
experienced traumatic stress and interpersonal violence, including
physical and sexual abuse. She also has expertise in helping women
recover from a variety of disorders including anxiety and depression,
improve relationships, and cope with sexual health difficulties.
Associate Professor in the Department of
Behavioral Services and a clinical psychologist at Rush with expertise
in the treatment of trauma in children and women.
Dr. Stevan Hobfoll has authored and edited 12 books,
including TRAUMATIC STRESS, THE ECOLOGY OF STRESS, STRESS CULTURE AND COMMUNITY,
and THE IMPERFECT GUARDIAN (an historical novel set in Eastern Europe at the time
of WWI). In addition, he has authored
over 200 journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports. He has been a frequent workshop leader on
stress, war, and terrorism, stress and health, and organizational stress. He
has received over $15 million in research grants on stress. Dr. Hobfoll is
currently the Judd and Marjorie Weinberg Presidential Professor and Chair of
the Department of Behavioral Sciences at Rush Medical College in Chicago. He is
also a Senior Fellow of the Center for National Security Studies at the
University of Haifa, Israel. Formerly at Tel Aviv and Ben Gurion Universities,
and an officer in the Israeli Defense Forces, he remains involved with the
problem of stress in Israel.
was cited by the Encyclopædia Britannica for his contribution to
knowledge and understanding for his Ecology of Stress volume and
received lifetime achievement awards for his work on stress and health and
traumatic stress from several scientific societies. He was co-chair of the American Psychological
Association Commission on Stress and War during Operation Desert Storm, helping
plan for the prevention of prolonged distress among military personnel and
their families, member of the U.S. Disaster Mental Health Subcommittee of the
National Biodefense Science Board (NBSB), and a member of APA’s Task Force on
Resilience in Response to Terrorism. Dr. Hobfoll published the first randomized
clinical trial on the prevention of HIV/AIDS in women. He has been a consultant to several nations,
military organizations, and major corporations on problems of stress and
health. His work on mass casualty
intervention was designated as one of the most influential recent contributions
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
What to expect
When you call, you will speak with our clinic coordinator, who will ask you a few brief questions about yourself and your reasons for seeking therapy at this time. We accept most insurance plans and will obtain authorization from your insurance company prior to your initial visit. Your psychotherapist will complete a thorough evaluation, and in collaboration with you will develop an individualized treatment plan. Our goal is to help you gain insight into your feelings, thoughts, and behavior, and help you learn to modify those that are causing you distress or interfering with your quality of life.
For more information, or to make an appointment, call the coordinator of services at (312) 942-6973.
M - F: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
To schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment please call (312) 942-5932.
For all practice-related billing questions, please call (312) 563-4577 or email email@example.com.
For all hospital-related billing questions, please call (312) 942-5693 or visit Rush's online bill pay site.
We accept many managed care and private health insurance plans, as well as government-sponsored programs.
For a list of current plans accepted, please visit the Rush Health website.
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