2007 W. Greenleaf, Chicago, IL 60645
PHONE 773-512-8813    |    FAX 773-743-7696
© 2016 Advance Potential Psychological Services


 
SPECIALTY::
Anxiety
Anger Management
Depression
Teenage Issues
Stress
Divorce/Separation
Relationship Issues
Loss and Grief
Parenting/Family Issues
General Male Issues

ORIENTATION:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Psycho-dynamic
Gestalt
Eclectic
Individual Therapy
Family Therapy
Group Therapy
Glenn Sevier, LCSW
Executive Director

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, Glenn Sevier has assisted individuals to achieve their optimum level of success through the process of therapy.  It is his goal to assist individuals in understanding deeper levels of themselves, achieving healthier relationships, understanding their full-range of emotions, and experiencing a better appreciation for who they truly are.

Over the past 20 years, Glenn has assisted individuals in working through their circumstances to become happier and healthier individuals.  His therapeutic style/approach assists with identifying and utilizing individualís strengths to overcome obstacles and to break free from unhealthy patterns and/or addictions. This process is facilitated through a nonjudgmental and supportive therapeutic relationship.
Services include:

∑  Comprehensive assessment of cognitive, learning, behavioral, and emotional disabilities.

∑  Recommendations of evidenced-based, targeted, personalized interventions based on assessment results.

∑  Follow-up assessment and progress monitoring to      ensure interventions are working.

∑  Consultation with schools to ensure interventions are applied consistently and with efficacy.

∑  Cognitive therapy.
Julie Lackaff, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Certified School Psychologist

Subcontractor


Having worked as a psychologist for large urban school districts and as a test developer and researcher for a large publishing company, Julie Lackaff brings a unique perspective to psychological and educational assessment.  Specifically, her deep understanding of assessments has allowed her to better identify the most reliable and valid measures to administer leading to a more accurate diagnosis. As a current practitioner in the schools, Dr. Lackaff knows what works in academic settings, and as a result, can provide simple, easy, and realistic interventions that teachers and parents can readily apply.  Most importantly, she realizes that assessment and intervention recommendations are not enough; follow-up testing and progress monitoring are the keys to academic success.
Lea Sevier, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Lea is an experienced and well respected clinical psychologist  that has worked in schools, corporations, medical facilities and within her own private practice.  Her clients often remark on how easy it is to establish a trusting therapeutic rapport that allows for real exploration and resolution of lifeís challenges.  She has over 20 years of experience and specializes in anxiety, depression, relationship, and transitional difficulties.  She specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy and utilizes the latest in neurological research to help her clients understand how to develop coping strategies that work.  Clients are left with practical tools that are easy to use.  Awareness and new skills are developed to cope and thrive through lifeís biggest transitions.  Learning to appreciate and utilize conflict and transition to grow reframes old thinking and opens her clients to a new understanding of overcoming and achieving. 
SPECIALTY:
Anxiety
Anger Management
Depression
Teenage Issues
Stress
Divorce/Separation
Relationship Issues
Loss and Grief
Parenting/Family Issues
General Male Issues

ORIENTATION:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Psycho-dynamic
Gestalt
Eclectic
Individual Therapy
Family Therapy
Group Therapy