Northbrook Psychological Clinic prides itself on being able to offer clients timely, effective, and ethical treatment for a variety of psychological issues. We provide a sliding fee scale for those individuals who do not have or do not wish to use their insurance for these services. We value the confidentiality and privacy of all clients and will carry this respect into the community.
We have several Licensed Psychologists and Social Workers in the office. As well as offering a variety of daytime, evening and weekend appointments. Please contact us at 248-344-7420 for more information or to setup and appointment.
Northbrook Psychological Clinic is an Outpatient Clinic that provides assessment and treatment of a wide range of issues including:
Jodie Haber, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker. Over the past 17 years I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families to help them achieve a better overall wellbeing. Currently, I specialize in treating adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression, and life stressors/transitions. My approach to therapy is individualized and eclectic, as we all have different styles that work for us. We will work together using cognitive behavior, solution-focused, and interpersonal psychology techniques to help you feel better. I believe we all have strengths that can help us be our best selves, sometimes we just need guidance and support.
Diluckshi Benjamin, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, provides therapy to a wide range of individuals, families, and couples to provide insight and empowerment into daily life. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques and tailors interventions based on individual need. She has training in EMDR which she incorporates into therapy for those with trauma.
Julie Duprey, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, has over 25 years of experience helping children, adolescents, adults and couples gain a deeper understanding of their feelings, thoughts, behaviors and relationship patterns, so that they are able to live more satisfying and deliberate lives. Combinations of psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral approaches are used in assisting clients to achieve their goals.
Specialties include Depression, Bi-polar and Anxiety Disorders, Grief/Loss, Adjustment Issues, collaborative marital therapy and older adults.
Pamela Kresta Hibbs, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist, has over 20 years of experience providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and children. She specializes in cognitive therapy and is currently providing services to adult and adolescent populations including marital and family units. Her specialties include short-term cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders, family dysfunction, marital therapy, parent education, and grief/adjustment disorders.
Lisa Lewandowski-Romps, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, provides psychotherapy to adults and utilizes a variety of approaches to treatment including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal process, solution-focused, psychoeducation, and strengths-based interventions. Her specialty areas include depression and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment reactions, psychotic disorders, grief and loss and domestic violence.
Markita McCutchen, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, has spent the past several years working with children, adults, and families to help them achieve their goals. She is trained in the use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy for adolescents and TF-CBT. Specializes in treating ADHD, ODD, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, and Adjustment Disorders associated with life's changes. Also assists with parenting skills, dealing with trauma, coping with grief, managing impulsive behaviors, problems with school and work, self-harm, and family issues.
Stacey Mejia, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, CAADC, Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Anger Management Specialist, has 22 years of clinical social work experience serving a diverse client population. She specializes in a holistic approach to treatment designed to assist and empower adults, adolescents and families struggling with issues of mental health, substance abuse and life changes. Various techniques are used to increase positive coping skills, while integrating increased awareness of mind and body connection.
David N. Mittelman, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist, I have over 25 years of experience doing psychotherapy/counseling with adults and kids. I frequently work with people struggling with depression, anxiety/worry, anger/agitation, aging & health issues, job stress, divorce & grief/loss, sexual concerns, behavioral problems, and spiritual or religious crises. Although originally trained in psychoanalysis, my practice is integrative and holistic, and I often discuss meditation, yoga, and general health with my clients. It’s impossible to be human and not to suffer at times. I view depression and anxiety as largely universal for most people, in contrast to an “illness” in the conventional sense. It’s an honor for me to witness the suffering and joys of my clients, and to have a role in their healing and improved adaptation. Outside my psychology practice, I enjoy my friends and family, bicycling, nature, playing guitar, and performing as a singer-songwriter.
Kate Neuburger, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, provides mental health treatment to a diverse population of adolescents and adults. She is experienced in working with bipolar, depression, anxiety, and adjustment issues. She specializes in providing affirming care to LGBTQIA+ individuals and those identifying with an array of sexual orientations. Kate utilizes a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and psychoeducation.
Gemma Pedersen, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, provides mental health therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She uses a variety of approaches to therapy, often incorporating cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness and body/mind work, play therapy, attachment-based therapy, and psychoeducation. She supports clients in developing positive coping skills and has experience in working with trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, anger, and other stressful life experiences or adjustment issues. Gemma also speaks Spanish.
Dave Peradotto, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, has more than 25 years of experience providing psychotherapy to children and adolescents. Specialties include: ADD evaluations and treatment, parenting issues, divorce, depression and anxiety disorders, behavior problems, family relationship problems, alcohol and substance abuse, and outpatient therapy for child and adolescent emotional problems.
Priya K. Rao, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, has over 12 years of experience providing psychotherapy to adults, couples, families, and adolescents. She has special interests working with mood disorders, anxiety/trauma/stress disorders, adjustment issues, ADHD, behavioral/school issues, family conflict, race/ethnicity/gender issues, grief/loss therapy, abuse, domestic violence, custody issues, forensic issues, psychosis, and marital/couples issues. Her primary modalities are brief solution-focused therapy, brief psychodynamic therapy, behavior modification, and marital counseling.
Linda P. Storey, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, has over 30 years experience working with children, adults, and families to help them cope with troubling situations and find peace and happiness. Her approach is supportive and uses cognitive-behavioral, psycho-dynamic, play therapy, and systems theory approaches to problem-solving. She enjoys working with young children and partnering with parents to help children thrive. She has extensive knowledge of psychiatric conditions and medications and supports people of all ages struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and adjustment issues.
Erin Zeller, LMSW, Licensed Social Worker, utilizes an eclectic approach to providing therapy services to children, adolescents, adults and families. She specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy, attachment therapy, psychoeducation and body/mind work. Erin is skilled in treating symptoms related to trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, stress management, ADD/ADHD, depression, anger, adjustment issues, anxiety, behavioral challenges, mood disorders, bullying, parenting issues and social issues.