Mark Solomon, Psy.D. received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at the Children's Village in Dobbs Ferry, New York.
Mark is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked in schools, hospitals, outpatient (clinic and office) and residential placement. As a result, he is familiar with virtually all types of problems experienced by children, teens and adults. He is former director of Behavioral Health for the Lake County Physician's Organization.
Some or Mark’s special areas of interest are: attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; academic underachievement; mood/anxiety disorders; anger management; physical and sexual abuse prevention and treatment; and psychological aspects of early/late pubertal development.
Child and Family Solutions
Better understanding of and relations with your children
Help for problems that your children are having
Parenting with more certainty and less guilt . . .
Family cooperation instead of conflict and competition . . .
Better motivation and consistency at school . . .
Improved attention and self-control . . .
More emotional security and well-being . . .
Resolving loss/grief/anxiety/depression . . .
Establishing meaningful self-direction . . .
Balance between your personal and professional lives . . .
Move forward in areas that you have been stuck . . ..
Just as people experience medical problems such as a cold or the flu, sometimes emotional and behavioral problems arise. This often occurs during periods of stress and transition.
Therapyworks provides psychotherapy for people with mental health difficulties, which often present during the course of otherwise normal growth and development.
Psychotherapy is a joint effort to improve understanding and control of troublesome thoughts, feelings and behaviors that lead to personal or interpersonal problems. During the course of therapy, our primary goal is to help you make changes and find solutions that diminish emotional and behavioral problems.
How do I make an Appointment?
If you would like to make an appointment for therapy or coaching, call our office (847) 680 – 0272. We will either answer directly or your call will be taken by voicemail.
New Client Packets provide you with further information about therapy and contain important forms to complete before your first appointment.