James Galezewski

James

Galezewski

James Galezewski

Department Faculty

  • Associate Professor

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  • Campus:
  • Downtown Chicago
  • TCS Online
Department
Psychology
Institution
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Address Map of 325 N Wells St Chicago IL 60654
325 N Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Biography

James Galezewski (Psy.D. '99) joined The Chicago School as a student in 1993. He returned to as a faculty member in 2008. In addition to his posts as faculty member and licensed clinical psychologist, he is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in Illinois. Dr. Galezewski also served as chair of faculty at Aurora University (2007-2008).

Education History
Degree Institution
B.A. Sociology University of Illinois Chicago
M.A. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
M.Div. Lutheran School of Theology
Psy.D. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
Clinical Member American Psychological Association
Fellow American Psychotherapy Association
Member American Association of University Professors
Licenses
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Illinois & Indiana
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Illinois
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Career/Workplace Issues Work/Life Balance
Clinical Psychology / Mental Health ADD/ADHD
Anxiety Disorders
Learning Disabilities
Post-Traumatic Growth
Psychopathology
Stress/Coping
Trauma/PTSD
Marriage & Family Divorce
Family Therapy
Mood Disorders Depression
Therapeutic/Theoretical Orientation Brief Therapy
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Family Systems Theory
Publications

Galezewski, J. (2002). Helping violent men: A critique. Currents in Theology andMission 29 (6), 461-462.

Galezewski, J. (2003). Dealing with the difficult lawyer: Stress, addictions & success fatigue. LAP Matters 2003 (1), 3-4.

Galezewski, J. (2004). Bullying and aggression among youth. In K. Sexton-Radek (Ed.), Violence in schools: Issues, consequences and expressions. (pp.121-144). Westport, CT: Praeger Press.

Professional Skills
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, emotional health, family therapy, learning disabilities, marriage and divorce, work/life balance