MEET THE STAFF
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.
Paula Freedman, Psy.D.
Paula Freedman, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with high-achieving adults who have a hard time letting go of control and tolerating uncertainty. She specializes in treating anxiety and OCD, addiction, and eating disorders. She also facilitates a body image resilience group for women. Dr. Freedman has a wide range of clinical training and experience. She is passionate about helping you heal from past trauma and let go of unhelpful behavior patterns so that you can live a meaningful, rewarding life. Dr. Freedman's Psychology Today Profile.
Amanda Gerber, Psy.D.
Amanda Gerber, Psy.D. is a postdoctoral 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's Psychology Today Profile
Tia Dasgupta, M.A.
Tia Dasgupta, M.A. is currently completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Adler University, Chicago. In her therapy sessions, Tia takes an integrative third-wave Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach, being intentional to select the tools that align best with your particular needs. She has experience working with people of all ages in an inpatient hospital setting and in college counseling. Tia has worked with individuals struggling with a wide variety of symptoms, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, diversity issues, specific phobias, grief, trauma, ADHD, interpersonal conflicts, and difficult life transitions. She also provides psychological testing. Overall, you will find Tia is a warm, empathetic clinician who draws upon multiple schools of thought to help you achieve your goals and build a satisfying, fulfilling life.
Maddie Foley, M.A.
Maddie Foley, M.A. is currently completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Maddie’s priority in therapy is to develop a meaningful, trusting relationship with you, to help you feel safe identifying and discussing the things you want to change in your life. She works to help you through uncomfortable feelings and supports you as you make changes to relationship patterns and behaviors. Maddie has worked with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, Autism, mood disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, substance use, and trauma. She also provides psychological testing. She has a deep respect for the healing process that occurs when clients open up in the therapy setting and is committed to helping you thrive.
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.