Schedule an appointment with an Adjustment Disorder Psychiatrist in Lakeview, Chicago
Jonathan Kolakowski helps his patients deal with expected and unexpected life changes in mindful and healthy ways. As an experienced psychiatrist, Jonathan knows that feelings and behaviors linked to trauma or loss can often feel out of control and may develop into adjustment disorder. He emphasizes his therapeutic treatment by practicing a patient-focused strategy which incorporates evidence-based techniques in combination with medication management. Jonathan collaborates with his patients to help them establish personal objectives and teach them effective ways of achieving their goals.
Alyssa Bobak is a licensed physician assistant with both interest and experience in diagnosing and treating various psychiatric disorders. Her training background in psychology and medicine have given her a well-rounded perspective on the importance of treating patients holistically in order to succeed in their personal mental health issues. Alyssa understands that a variety of mental health conditions and psychological issues are at risk when significant life changes occur. She helps her patients deal with specific transitions and adjustment disorder by addressing the root cause of emotional distress. Alyssa is committed to supporting her clients during the healing process of seeking joy after sadness.
Rebecca Gilfillan specializes in the treatment of serious mental health conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and personality disorders. As a board-certified psychiatrist, she knows that individuals who suffer from these psychological disorders may cope by making negative and unhealthy behavior choices in the form of addiction and substance abuse. Dr. Gilfillman offers adaptable therapeutic interventions and effective counseling by focusing on the utilization of mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. She also incorporates medication management and other clinical and evidence-based treatments when deemed appropriate. Dr. Gilfillman believes that by practicing an integrative and holistic approach to treating addictions, her clients may be more receptive and willing to make necessary and significant changes to their mind and their lifestyle.