Dr. Hoye is a licensed clinical psychologist in Chicago, Illinois (River North & Chicago Loop) , and the founder and clinical director of Chicago Psychology Services. He provides comprehensive psychological services, including assessment, psychotherapy, biofeedback, and hypnosis.
Dr. Hoye works with a wide range of issues, including trauma and dissociative disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, and rehabilitation concerns, and chronic pain. He meets each person with dignity, to focus on their needs so they feel heard, and develop a sense of hope.
Dr. Hoye received his masters in counseling psychology and doctorate in clinical psychology from Adler University. He has worked in a variety of settings before opening Chicago Psychology Services. These included psychiatric wards, in-patient drug and alcohol treatment centers, and a rehabilitation hospital. He has been trained in therapeutic techniques since the early 2000s, and has worked extensively with clinical hypnosis.
Outside of the practice, Dr. Hoye is the host of The Psychology Talk Podcast.
Veronica is licensed clinical social worker at Chicago Psychology Services. Her undergraduate background in psychology informed her graduate work at the University of Chicago. Veronica has worked in direct social services in various capacities throughout her career primarily in healthcare and hospital adjacent environments. Before working as a clinical practitioner, she gained over a decade of experience ranging from developmental pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center through managed care of the elderly with Aetna Better Health of Illinois, with home visiting, service coordination, community work, and a variety of others in between.
Veronica's clinical work focuses on identity issues, defensive functioning, maladaptive coping behaviors, distorted cognitions, family dynamics, and issues of trauma. She emphasizes growth skills in resilience, intuition, coping, and self-esteem.
Richard is a professional counselor associate at Chicago Psychology Services. His approach to therapy puts the individual at the center, highlighting the need for meaning in life and interpersonal connection.
Richard received his graduate degree from Vanderbilt University’s Human Development Counseling program where he gained experience working with a wide range of people, young and old. He has worked with depression, anxiety, trauma, and family conflict in addition to their struggles with substance abuse.
Richard has experience with rural communities, and has helped individuals navigate life hardships such as disability, lifestyle change, and grief. In addition, Richard has worked with teens struggling with addiction, and, with a private non-profit, he assisted individuals in processing traumatic experiences, understanding and managing their emotions, and resolving family and relationship conflict.
Shabnam provides professional mediation services at Chicago Psychology Services. She is passionate about helping people to discover new ways to resolve issues, and to come to a better understanding of their differences through mediation and conflict resolution.
Shabnbam was born in a small town in India, and moved to the United States in 1984. She attended Hunter College of the City College of New York, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Political Science & English in 1996. She has a law degree from the University of Bristol in the UK, and her LLM from Cardozoz Law School in New York.
Shabnam received her mediation training from the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago. She is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.
Isaac Miller is social worker associate at Chicago Psychology Services. He is dedicated to working with people to navigate their emotional barriers, overcome interpersonal conflicts, and reach a place of peace and self-actualization. Using empathetic, trauma-informed care, Isaac has counseled individuals from a variety of backgrounds, providing social and mental health services to people experiencing a myriad of concerns including depression, anxiety disorders, grief, trauma, substance use, and housing insecurity.
Isaac obtained his graduate degree with specialization in Mental Health from Loyola University School of Social Work’s master’s program. Prior to obtaining his degree, he worked with families experiencing homelessness in the Chicago shelter system, provided domestic violence victim assistance at local community centers, and worked within the Cook County Jail providing psychiatric assessments and mental health support for incarcerated persons experiencing severe mental illness.
Outside of the practice, Isaac has volunteered with organizations such as Crisis Text, Sarah’s Circle, iMentor, and Heartland Alliance providing general support, youth mentorship, and crisis intervention services.
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