Dr. Steven Migalski
Dr. Steven Migalski is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents and families. He completed his doctoral degree at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, studied clinical psychology at Auburn University and holds a Bachelor's degree from Loyola University. He completed his psychology residency at Northwestern University and a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical child psychology focusing on pediatric mood disorders, ADHD and learning disabilities at The Josselyn Center for Mental Health. Dr. Migalski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Migalski works from an integrative health care perspective and strives to help individuals, couples and families find meaning and satisfaction in their lives through the use of counseling and therapeutic assessment. He has special interest in healthy weight loss and maintenance, child and adult ADHD, depression, and cultural diversity in clinical practice. In his free time, he enjoys biking, volleyball, softball and spending time with family and friends.
Kathleen is a graduate student at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, where she is currently earning her Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, as well as a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology. She has previously earned a First Class Honours Bachelor's degree in Psychology at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Kathleen has previously worked in a variety of settings, including transitional homes for individuals with Schizophrenia and inpatient clinics for individuals with chronic headache. She takes an integrative, trauma-informed approach to treatment, with an emphasis on psychodynamic and attachment perspectives. Kathleen strives to gain a deep understanding of her clients' needs and concerns and works diligently with them to develop a treatment plan that would best meet their needs. She has a special interest in trauma, personal resiliency, and cultural diversity. In her free time, Kathleen enjoys watching hockey and spending time with friends and family.
Gerard is currently a doctoral student at the Adler School of Professional Psychology pursuing a Psy.D with a concentration on Neuropsychology. He earned his BA in psychology with a concentration on human development from DePaul University. To enhance the professional development of his peers, Gerard serves as the Communications Chair for the Illinois Psychological Association of Graduate Students (IPAGS) and resides as President of Doctoral
Students Entering Private Practice (DSTEPP).
Gerard subscribes to an integrative methodology to treatment with an emphasis on psychodynamic approaches. His clinical interests include psychological assessment, personality and mood disorder, dementia, aphasia, psychopharmachology, and neuropsychological research. In his free time, Gerard is a physical enthusiast and enjoys running, cycling, and resistance training.
Paul Losoff, M.A., LPC
Paul Losoff, M.A., LPC is a graduate student at Argosy University in Chicago, where he is currently working to complete his doctorate in clinical psychology. He recently earned his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology there and he holds a B.A. from Columbia College in Chicago. Paul has experience working with diverse range of clients in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, schools, and residential facilities. He takes an integrative approach to treatment, with emphasis on psychodynamic perspectives, and works flexibly with clients so he can best meet their needs. He strives to develop a deeper understanding of each client and the factors that influence their worldview. Special interests include psychological assessment, creativity, and mourning and loss.