Schedule an appointment with an Adolescent/Child Psychotherapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Adolescent/Child Psychotherapy Specialists In The Loop Near You
Psychotherapy is essentially the practice of specific techniques and modalities that are used to treat individuals who are struggling with their thoughts and emotions. These tangled feelings can oftentimes affect behaviors. When practicing psychotherapy, the environment is always secured as a safe and warm space where patients feel comfortable to talk through their struggles and challenges. Psychotherapy is a particularly effective style of therapy for young individuals, such as children and adolescents. 

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Reggie Pacheco


Reggie Pacheco is determined to create a space for his young patients that is promised to be safe, warm and non-judgmental in order to develop trust and growth. As a clinical psychologist who is experienced in both psychotherapy and psychological assessment, Dr. Pacheco is passionate about helping his clients to listen to themselves and their emotions in order to reach their growth potential. He is particularly trained and experienced in designing psychological evaluations for young minds. Dr. Pacheco believes it is crucial to find what works for each individual in order to teach effective skills for communication and coping.

Lindsey Ashamalla

PsyD, Psychologist

Lindsey Ashamalla is trained in working with a wide range of personality disorders and mood fluctuations that may impact an individual’s relationships with those around them. Dr. Ashamalla specializes in working with individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety and interpersonal difficulties; all of which can significantly impact mental health and social well-being. By practicing a strength-based and patient-centered approach, Dr. Ashamalla designs and implements individualized programs that are centered around specific goals. For patients needing to learn coping skills for dealing with a personality disorder such as antisocial personality disorder, she has found that by simply listening, understanding and emphasizing with her patients, they are able to feel safe and secure enough to make significant strides in therapy.