Rachel Piszczor

Rachel

Piszczor

Rachel Piszczor

Department Faculty

  • Assistant Professor

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  • Campus:
  • Downtown Chicago
Department
Clinical Psychology
Institution
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Address Map of 325 N Wells St Chicago IL 60654
Office 321
325 N Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Biography

Rachel Piszczor, Psy.D. is an Assistant Professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, in the Department of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Chicago Campus. Dr. Piszczor is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois and prior to joining the team at TCSPP, worked as a Pediatric Psychologist at La Rabida Children's Hospital on the south side of Chicago. Dr. Piszczor's education and training includes graduation from the American School of Professional Psychology/Argosy University Washington D.C. in 2005, Pediatric Psychology Internship and two-year Pediatric Psychology Fellowship (focus on pediatric nephrology) at Children's Hospital of Michigan in the city of Detroit. Her clinical and research interests include pediatric health psychology, pediatric sleep disturbance, disruptive behavioral disorders, parent-training and developmental disabilities.

Education History
Degree Institution
Psy.D. American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, Washington, DC
Licenses
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, IL
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Child & Adolescent Development Adolescence
Biological Development
Cognitive Development
Discipline
Parenting Styles
School Issues (Bullying)
Social Development
Social Development
Clinical Psychology / Mental Health ADD/ADHD
Anxiety Disorders
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Oppositional-Defiant Disorders
Stress/Coping
Marriage & Family Parenting
Therapeutic/Theoretical Orientation Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Family Systems Theory
Professional Skills
pediatric health psychology, assessment and treatment of pediatric sleep disturbance, parent-training, behavioral management, treatment of children and adolescents from a CBT and systems perspective