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Once your child's delay is diagnosed, you and your therapist will meet to develop the appropriate treatment plan. At that time, very specific plans and therapies are then provided by us or by referral to an appropriate resource. Our bilingual, bicultural staff can also care for the needs of non-English-speaking families.

J. Michael Cupoli, M.D., F.A.A.P
Medical Director

Education:

MD, Georgetown University School of Medicine.
BA, Boston College (with honors)

Internship/residency: Denver Children's Hospital:
University of Colorado Medical Center

Fellowship: Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard University

Professional Certification:

Board Certified in Pediatrics and Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics

Area of Specialization: Diagnosis and treatment of behavioral and learning problems in infants, toddlers and children: training of medical students, pediatric residents and fellows in developmental and behavioral pediatrics


Carol Rolland, PhD
Director, Developmental Pediatric Services

Education:

PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago, Developmental Psychology
BA, Washburn University, Psychology (with honors)

Internship/residency: Chicago Read Mental Health Center

Professional Certification:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator

Area of Specialization: Diagnosis and treatment of children with multi-system developmental disorders including autistic spectrum disorders and other behavioral, social and communication disorders


Valeria Nanclares-Nogues, Psy.D
Coordinator, Autism Program

Education:

PsyD, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
MA, La Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Internship/Residency: Behavioral Health Services
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Professional Certification:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator
Certified Independent Trainer (ADI/ADOS)

Area of Specialization: Diagnosis and treatment of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders


Lori Osborne, PhD
Coordinator, Behavioral Psychology Treatment Program

Education:

PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
BA, University of Chicago

 

 

 

Professional Certification:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator

Area of Specialization: Behavioral treatment of children with developmental and behavioral difficulties, including parent training and a focus on the parent-child relationship


Kate Benton, PhD
Coordinator, Graduate Training Program in Clinical Psychology

Education:

PhD, Loyola University Chicago, Child & Family sub-specialty
BS, Loyola University Chicago

Internship/Residency: Department of Psychiatry
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Professional Certification:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator

Area of Specialization: Professional training of psychologists, early identification of ADHD and learning/academic challenges, infant mental health regulatory challenges (feeding, sleep, difficult temperament).


Linda Wolfe-Stine, BS, OTR/L
Supervisor of Pediatric Rehabilitation

Education:

BS, University of Illinois at Chicago, Occupational Therapy

 

 

Professional Certification:

Licensed Occupational Therapist
NDT Certification
Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator

Area of Specialization: Evaluation and treatment of premature and medically involved infants; treatment of children with developmental disorders including cerebral palsy, brachial plexus injury, sensory processing disorder and autism.


Joanne Carbonell-Rodriguez, BA
Coordinator, Early Intervention Program

Education:

BA, North Park University (with honors), Human Development

 

 

Professional Certification:

Early Intervention Specialist/Interpreter (Spanish-English)

Area of Specialization: Multidisciplinary, bilingual early intervention services, with special expertise and interest in working with families of children with disabilities


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