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Jodie Goldberg Singer, PsyD

Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Child and Adolescent Psychologist

Chicago, IL

About Jodie Goldberg Singer

Jodie Goldberg Singer is a caring, dedicated, and experienced Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She is a co-founder of the Chicago Center for Growth and Change, and previously worked as a staff psychologist at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center for 8 years, serving patients from diverse backgrounds. She has over 10 years of experience providing individual, family, and group therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She provides an individualized treatment approach, utilizing cognitive-behavioral, insight-oriented, and play therapies, as well as several types of family therapy. She is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). Treatment areas include: Childhood ADHD and disruptive-behavioral disorders, school concerns, effective parenting, parent-child relationships, divorce and blended families, attachment and relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, and self-identity exploration. She also helps people navigate life transitions, such as early adulthood, career choices, grief and loss, and family planning. Dr. Goldberg is trained in several trauma therapies, including EMDR, with advanced training in treating early childhood trauma, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a conjoint parent-child therapy for children and adolescents. She has training in several evidence-based parenting protocols. The Chicago Center for Growth and Change consists of a dedicated team of clinical psychologists with the knowledge, education, and expertise to help you create significant improvements in your mental health, quality of life, and relationships. They offer an individualized approach in a safe and compassionate environment and have specialized treatments to meet your needs.

In-network insurances

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield

Specialties

  • Psychologist
  • Psychotherapist
  • Child and Adolescent Psychologist

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Education and training

  • California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco, PsyD in Clinical Psychology
  • California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco, Master’s in Clinical Psychology
  • University of Wisconsin (Bachelor's)
  • Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology

Professional memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • EMDR International Association

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Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Provider's gender

Female

NPI number

1720394356

Overall rating
5.0
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Honestly I'm the type of person that always questions the reviews, if they are real and how true they are, Ialways look for the bad reviews first, since I didn't find any I went with it, It's been almost two months now and I CAN'T speak highly enough of her. So if those aren't enough for you, just give her one simple visit and she'll change your mind. Professional, Welcoming, Caring, Advising, etc. She asks the questions that help you identify your the origin of your issues, and that step alone helps kickstart your recovery.
Honestly I'm the type of person that always questions the reviews, if they are real and how true they are, I always look for the bad reviews first, since I didn'tfind any I went with it, It's been almost two months now and I CAN'T speak highly enough of her. So if those aren't enough for you, just give her one simple visit and she'll change your mind. Professional, Welcoming, Caring, Advising, etc. She asks the questions that help you identify your the origin of your issues, and that step alone helps kickstart your recovery.
Dharmesh P. · May 30, 2017

Jodie Goldberg Singer's office location

Chicago Center for Growth and Change

150 North Michigan Ave, Suite 800

Chicago, IL 60601

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Honestly I'm the type of person that always questions the reviews, if they are real and how true they are, I always look for the bad reviews first, since I didn't find any I went with it, It's been almost two months now and I CAN'T speak highly enough of her. So if those aren't enough for you, just give her one simple visit and she'll change your mind. Professional, Welcoming, Caring, Advising, etc. She asks the questions that help you identify your the origin of your issues, and that step alone helps kickstart your recovery.

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