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Rush Pediatric Psychology

Rush Pediatric Psychology practices on the base principles of psychology which are then applied within the specialty context of pediatric health.  Pediatric psychology involves a comprehensive treatment protocol team that will identify the underlying factors that may be contributing to the primary diagnosis. Through the process of assessment, the patient will be thoroughly evaluated and provided a succinct treatment plan and your family will be education on the plan of on-going care for the diagnosis. Additionally, the initial and comprehensive evaluation will look to include treatment goals from which patients are empowered to attain.
 
Ultimately, Rush Pediatric Psychology is committed to the promotion of health and health-related behaviors through evidence based treatment. We welcome you to experience a type of care that is expertly provided by some of the top Pediatric Psychologist in the field.

MEET OUR TEAM

Specialty:
Child Psychology, Clinical
Faculty Rank:
Assistant Professor
Medical or Graduate Education:
Virginia Commonwealth University - Child and Adolescent Psychology
Internship:
Rush University Medical Center - Child and Adolescent Psychology
Fellowship:
Rush University Medical Center - Child and Adolescent Psychology
Clinical Expertise:
Adjustment to chronic illness
Brazelton neonatal neurobehavioral assessment
Developmental assessment
Developmental delay
Preterm infants, follow-up assessment
Psychoeducational assessment
Psychological assessment
Psychosocial oncology (coping with cancer)
Psychotherapy

Specialty:
Child Psychology, Clinical
Psychology, Clinical
Faculty Rank:
Assistant Professor
Medical or Graduate Education:
Washington State University
Residency:
Children's Memorial Hospital - Pediatric Psychology
Clinical Expertise:
Behavior management and therapy
Eating disorders
Medical psychology, children and adolescents

Specialty:
Child Psychology, Clinical
Psychology, Clinical
Board Certification:
Clinical Psychology
Brazelton Examiner
Faculty Rank:
Associate Professor
Medical or Graduate Education:
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Fellowship:
University of Massachusetts - Neonatal Psychophysiology
Clinical Expertise:
Brazelton neonatal neurobehavioral assessment
Gifted children
Intellectual assessment
Learning disabilities
Neurodevelopmental assessment
Neuropsychological assessment
Research Interests:
Prevention of disability in high-risk premature infants
Neurobehavioral dysfunction in children with CNS injury
Neurocognitive factors in craniofacial and other congenital syndromes
Evaluation of pharmacological treatment of fragile X children
Assessment of gifted and talented children

Services

Services are provided for children and young adults, from birth through 21 years of age. Services include: 

  • Diagnostic testing
  • Therapy
  • Counseling for common disciplinary problems
  • Consultation with parents, school, physicians and other health care providers


Accreditation and Recognition

Pediatric Psychology
1625 W Harrison Street
Kellogg Building
7th Floor
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 942-6656
Fax: (312) 942-8592
Driving Directions

Pediatric Psychology
1653 W. Congress Parkway
245 Rawson
Building entrance is at 1620 W. Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 942-6656
Driving Directions

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