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Robert (Uri) Heller, Ph.D.


Robert (Uri) Heller, Ph.D. is the president of Interaction Dynamics. He is a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree in organizational psychology. Working in the field for over 35 years, he has taught and trained hundreds of students in both the assessment and therapeutic processes. He is both caring and flexible in his approach, and it is always his goal to move his clients forward with clarity. He has been a panel member for various behavioral health companies. He is a graduate of Akron University, and Roosevelt University before completing his doctorate at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has been on the faculty at IIT, DePaul and Adler Universities. Dr. Heller's Psychology Today Profile.

Amanda Gerber, Psy.D.


Amanda Gerber, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who is passionate about serving clients and their families in the Chicago community by using a multidisciplinary approach. Cultivating a safe and nurturing experience is of utmost importance to Dr. Gerber, as she knows that choosing to enter therapy is not always an easy task. She believes in building a solid foundation and relationship with clients through building rapport, providing a safe space, and tailoring treatment to the clients’ individual needs. Dr. Gerber has worked extensively with children, adolescents, and young adults who have struggled with a wide range of psychological issues, including neurodevelopmental disorders, mood disorders, and complex trauma. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and loss. Dr. Gerber is trained in EMDR, a modality used to help process traumatic memories and the cognitions associated with them.  Dr. Gerber's Psychology Today Profile

Rachel Goldfarb, Psy.D.


Rachel Goldfarb, Psy.D., is a pre-licensed clinical psychologist. She graduated with her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University. Dr. Goldfarb has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in various settings, including private practice, university counseling, and Chicago Public Schools. Her clinical interests include relational struggles, life transition and adjustment, stress management, mood disorders, self-esteem, and identity development. Dr. Goldfarb focuses on developing new strengths and skills to manage stressors in the short term, while gaining insight into reasoning behind behaviors to help clients regain control over past patterns and facilitate future autonomy. Her approach can be described as supportive, warm, nonjudgmental, validating, and empowering. Dr. Goldfarb emphasizes collaboration, as she believes goals are best set and met when therapist and client work together. Dr. Goldfarb works to create an environment in which her clients feel comfortable and safe. Dr. Goldfarb’s Psychology Today Profile. 

Yael Dror, M.A.


Yael Dror, M.A. is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is passionate about supporting clients from an integrative therapeutic approach using second and third-wave Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with humanistic tendencies. Yael believes therapy is a collaborative process that requires both the client and clinician to be open to new and different perspectives. As a therapist, Yael is empathetic, and considerate, and focuses on a strength-based approach. She has experience working with children,  adults, older adults, and families, in a a school, private practice, and outpatient hospital setting. She also has experience treating individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, and multicultural concerns. Yael has experience in psych/neuro-psych assessment with individuals experiencing struggles with anxiety, depression, personality, trauma, mood dysregulation, and ADHD.

Claire Spinka, M.A


Claire Spinka, M.A., is a doctoral student in clinical psychology studying at Alder University. Claire approaches therapy through a relational-cultural-interpersonal orientation informed by multicultural, systems, and psychodynamic theories. She believes relationships are fundamental to understanding the self, others, and the world. With this belief, Claire believes many mental health issues experienced can be viewed as stemming from our beliefs about the world, its safety, and how much power a person believes they have to enact change. You can expect to work with Claire through relational issues, such as with friendships, family, or intimate partner relationships. Claire believes that much of the healing in therapy comes from establishing healthy relationships with people, including the relationship between yourself and Claire! Because of this belief, Claire’s therapeutic work focuses on building a safe and authentic therapeutic relationship in which you can explore your problems through your perspective. 

Patricia Voloschin-Weiner, ASW.

Patricia Voloschin-Weiner, ASW. has been working as a therapist with children, adults, and couples for the past 17 years and has addressed a variety of issues such as domestic violence, child abuse, substance abuse, trauma, immigration/acculturation, grief and loss, mental illness, and developmental disabilities. She has served on numerous tasks forces and advisory boards regarding child Hispanic mental health issues. Patricia received a Masters of Arts degree from Eastern Illinois University in Psychology and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Illinois. Since 1998, Patricia is a certified Divorce Mediator. Patricia grew up in Argentina, where her family still resides, and is fluent in Spanish and recognized for her professional and volunteer work in the Latino community.

Anureet Gill, M.A.

Anureet Gill, M.A. is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She is passionate about supporting individuals along their journey in becoming more aware of who they are through a psychological assessment. Anureet operates under a biopsychosocial and a strengths-based model to gain a comprehensive understanding of individuals. She has experience in psychological and neuropsychological assessment with young adults and adults experiencing struggles with anxiety, depression, personality, mood dysregulation, and ADHD. 

Pranav Bolla, M.A.


Pranav Bolla, M.A., is a doctoral student in clinical psychology studying at Alder University. Pranav approaches therapy through an integrative approach utilizing second and third wave Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, evidence-based techniques, and empirical evidence from academic literature. Pranav believes that through the creation of a collaborative therapeutic relationship and being attentive to one’s unique circumstances, therapy offers a space for individuals to identify strengths, develop adaptive skills, and gain understanding of themselves in order to build a life worth living and tackle life’s challenges within a safe environment. Pranav has experience working with adults, older adults, and families in private practice, community mental health, and inpatient hospital settings. Pranav has experience with working with individuals struggling with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, trauma, and substance use.

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